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How I teach kids to love science - Cesar Harada

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Science class, how do you feel about it?  How would you feel if you were allowed to choose any local, remote, or global environmental problem to fix?  What would you choose? How would you go about fixing it?  Cesar Harada's science class just might have the answers you need!  Sit down with a group of classmates and get collaborating!

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Love the idea of citizen science? Visit Zooniverse to find out how you can help. There is something out there just waiting for you to discover! Help name some fossils, spot a galaxy, identify an unnamed whale, or transcribe museum records! Get started and make your mark!

Want to learn more about Cesar Harada? Visit this TED site to read some of his blog posts and watch another TED Talk: A novel way for cleaning up oil spills.

What exactly is a "makerspace?" How can you get one started? Maybe, start with your local library. Read this article for some ideas. Still looking for ideas? Start with that favorite teacher and ask for help. This article just might be useful as you explore!
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