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Innovative Standards-Based STEM Lessons

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Academic Level:
K-12 Educators

We teach about the importance of bees to our food systems and ecosystems as a pathway to conservation and STEM fields, developing the green leaders of future through the power of science and stewardship.

With our world facing the daunting issue of climate change, students can feel overwhelmed. By educating youth about a real-world environmental crisis and teaching them way to help, we are creating the problem solvers of tomorrow.

-Our STEM lessons can serve as virtual field trip or be incorporated in the classroom curriculum.

-Our program includes both real time virtual STEM lessons taught by our educators, and asynchronous video lessons for students in grades K-12.

-All lessons are cross-curricular, and align with the NGSS and The Common Core, utilizing the engineering mindset to teach about bees.

-We offer professional development.

Planet Bee presenters are exceptionally knowledgeable, keep students engaged and make the entire presentation fun. They are extremely accommodating and flexible with schedules.

Visit our website and Register to schedule a live lesson or gain access to our supplementary material! In our commitment to social justice, lessons are provided at NO COST to schools and nonprofits thanks to our generous donors and grantmakers.
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Participating Institution(s):
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Planet Bee Foundation (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Conservation Biology & Wildlife
Environmental Sciences
STEM Fields

Ecosystem Science
Pollination Ecology
STEM Education

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