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'Citizen Science': Using Real-World Investigations to Make Class Meaningful (Video)

In Meg Richard's 7th grade science classroom in Olathe, Kan., students participate in "citizen science": collaborating on public, crowdsourced investigations. Watch as her students test the water quality at a nearby creek and at their homes, log the data using Google Maps, and compare water safety across different areas of their community. 


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