When a gardening project went awry, they discovered a naturally occurring bacteria in soil called Diazotroph. The girls determined that the bacteria could be used to speed up the the germination process of certain crops, like barley and oats, by 50 percent, potentially helping fulfill the rising demand for food worldwide.
Pretty good story about how a social media savvy teenager can break news.
Looking at classes from the inside with teachers shadowing students
From Richard Byrne - How to register students via GMail for third-party accounts without an e-mail account.
From Kathy Cassidy - As the Internet becomes an increasingly important part of all of our lives, children are spending more time online as well. And they are doing this largely without any guidance about what is responsible or appropriate online.
Good resources from Larry Ferlazzo regarding students evaluating their teachers.
5 Great Tips For Researching #Internships http://t.co/QG0LA77l22 via @amritsays #Millennials #students #SummerBreak
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