Population Growth Digital Interactive Notebook
This digital notebook includes 4 different activities that you can use with your students to study ecological population growth- including graphing right within Google slides, a digital flip book, and a digital warmup.
This is an interactive activity that is totally DIGITAL! They are designed to be used on Google Drive (and can also be used on Microsoft OneDrive).
Here is a video preview that gives you a glimpse into the digital interactive notebooking world.
This original product is provided through a link to Google Drive, and allows you and your students to access, edit, and print files from any computer or device. Students work on their digital INB directly in the file on their device or computer. This product will also work with Microsoft OneDrive (instructions included). Everything you need is found in the zip folder (PDF with directions and links).
The following is included with the Population Growth digital activities:
✿Mice Population Warm Up (Graph analysis)- 1 page
✿Population Growth Vocabulary Flip Book- 4 pages; covers dispersion patterns, density independent factors, density dependent factors
✿Brown Trout Population Growth- 5 pages; students fill in a chart to determine the population growth (or negative growth) or a brown trout population in Scotland. Students graph right in Google Drive!
✿Predator-Prey Relationship- 4 pages; Students answer questions pertaining to a chart that depicts the population size of lynx population and hare population. Then they must graph a wolf and caribou population and analyze it (they do this right in Google Drive- no paper!)
What's the story with DIGITAL
✮ Say goodbye to the "trusty" copy machine!
✮ No Paper, no cutting!
✮ NO mess!
✮ Expand the lives of your colored pencils, scissors, and glue sticks- they are not required.
✮ Students can personalize their masterpieces!
✮ Option to print.
✮ Great supplement to traditional paper interactive notebooks.
If you are looking for a traditional ecology interactive notebook, please consider Ecology Interactive Notebook
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Digital Ecology: Energy Flow in Ecosystems
Digital Ecology: Ecosystems
Digital Biogeochemical Cycles
2016 Vanessa Jason Biology Roots
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Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or district is prohibited. Failure to comply is a violation of the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act).