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OMSI Science Camp Reflections

One of my favorite things at Camp Namanu was a game called Predator Prey. It was a game where you’re in a group of people and you’re either a type of insect or amphibian or snake or falcon. Insects gets eaten … Continue reading

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Class Notes for April 27-May 1, 2015

Science Camp is behind us now. The time went so quickly while we were up at Camp Namanu. OMSI made sure that the curriculum was engaging and educational. Although the social part of camp is important, and is a learning … Continue reading

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Class Notes for March 30-April 3, 2015

I hope everybody had a good Spring Break. It will be good to get back in the swing of things. We’re in the home stretch and we have a lot to accomplish before the end of the year. I am … Continue reading

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Class Notes for Dec. 8-12, 2014

First a shout out to our friends down at Reed College. Lewis Elementary is lucky to have close proximity and a close relationship with two components of Reed College’s various outreach programs. One is the Science Outreach program. That brings … Continue reading

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Supports/Surfaces Exhibit at Reed College’s Cooley Gallery!

 The class walked down to Reed College’s Cooley Gallery on Friday to view the newest exhibit called Supports/Surfaces. The following are student thoughts written right after we got back from the trip. Read on: At Reed College we took in … Continue reading

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Class Notes for Oct. 7-10, 2013

Room 24 hit the Bigtime last week after Mr. Lauer took a photo of us that got used on MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Show. The photo showed the class discussing the government shutdown that cancelled our planned trip to Bonneville Dam … Continue reading

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Class Notes for Sep. 30-Oct. 4, 2013

One of the joys of teaching at Lewis is having access to a wide variety of science, technology, arts, engineering, and math resources for students. The next few weeks will demonstrate just how true that is. We start out the … Continue reading

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