With Liberty and Justice for all
Students act as are property owners who learn that soil on their property is contaminated with lead. They consider the issues involved in addressing this problem so that further harm is avoided and a fair solution is developed and implemented.
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New Review Evaluating Sustainability and Lifecycle
What makes one product greener than another? Ecology scholars analyze sustainability and lifecycle through a thought-provoking activity. Individuals pick a product, then examine its components to determine its overall impact on the world...
9th - 12th Science
New Review Why Is the Statue of Liberty Green?
See how Lady Liberty turned green. Young scientists learn that oxidation reactions have caused the originally red-brown Statue of Liberty to become its current shade of green. An engaging video explains how the copper in the statue...
4 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science
New Review The Truth About Peanut Allergies
Peanut proteins pose potential problems for some people. Individuals learn about peanut allergies and the proteins that cause them. The video from the ACS Reactions channel also contemplates why the number of people with peanut allergies...
3 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science
New Review Why Is Chocolate Deadly for Dogs?
Is it true that chocolate can make dogs sick? If so, how much chocolate and how sick? Answer these and other related questions using a brief video from the American Chemical Society's Reactions playlist. The resource explores the...
2 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science
New Review Vertical Farming
Create a vegetation high rise! Scholars study the trend of vertical farming and the requirements needed for a successful crop. The lesson from the ACS Reactions series explores the advantages and disadvantages in relation to traditional...
5 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Adaptable