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Science > Mars > Mars Lesson Projects
If you are curious about Mars exploration, this series of activities can help your students learn more about Mars and how we explore worlds beyond our own. These project-based lessons are inquiry-based and standards-aligned, and can be tailored to meet the needs of any learning group.Browse Mars Lesson ProjectsBrowse Science Projects
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Technology > Deep A.I. > Neural NetworksAn Neural Network is a computing system that is based on the biological neural network that make up the human brain. Neural networks are not based on any specific computer program written for it, but it can progressively learn and improve its performance over time. Help develop lesson projects that demonstrate how you would engage your learning groups to study A.I. More...
Science > Sea Animals > Octopus Lessons
Octopuses are sea animals famous for their rounded bodies, bulging eyes, and eight long arms. They live in all the world's oceans and are renown for routinely editing their RNA sequences to adapt to their specific environments which include the use of camouflage.Learn More...Other Animal Lessons
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