Students will research one endangered species of their choice. They will work within the community (physical or virtual), complete an authentic final product of their choosing (ideas available) and give an authentic presentation (ideas available). This project was designed using project-based learning principles - student choice, innovation, relevant to students, and impacts the community. The result is a student that is intrinsically motivated to learn, takes charge of their education, strives for improvement, and possesses the tools to problem-solve and think critically.
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