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SciREN is a non-profit organization that connects educators with researchers. Our focus is in helping researchers develop lesson plans that incorporate their own cutting-edge research into K-12 lesson plans that meet Georgia Science Standards. This website serves as the lesson plan repository for SciREN Georgia.

Any questions, issues, or comments can be sent to georgia[at]sciren.org.

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SciREN Georgia Lesson Plan Portal

Title Author Grade Levels Key Words Georgia Standards of Excellence
Birding & BinocularsKiersten Nelson, Carol Yang, Isabella Ragonese, Cali WilsonK-3wildlife, ecology, birds, binocularsSKL1a, SKL2, S1Lb, S2L1a, S2L1c, S3L1, S3L1a, S3L1b, S3L1c
Aerosols and the EnvironmentCharles Perrie, Omar El Hajj, Kruthika Kumar9-12aerosols, mortality rateSG5
Separation and Analysis of Components of a MixtureHarshani N. Rathnaweera5-8, 9-12chemistry, separation techniques, mixture, physical and chemical propertiesS8P1, SC3
Torus Tic-Tac-ToeSarah Blackwell, Devashi Gulati5-8mathematics, geometry, symmetry, reasoningMGSE8.G.1, MGSE8.G.2, MGSE8.G.4
Myelin Gets on My NervesAustin Passaro9-12neuroscience, nervous system, brain, spinal cord, neuron, glia, anatomy and physiology, myelination, information processing, neurological disorders, ALS, multiple sclerosisSAP1, SAP3
What is a Neuron and What Does it DoKendall Clay9-12neuron, cells, neuroscience, synaptic transmission, neuron psychology SSPBf
Junior Wildlife EpidemiologistEmily Herring, Megan Lott, Christina Welch3-5, 5-8wildlife, microbes, diseases, natural systems, environment, ecology, veterinary medicine, public health S5L3.a,b,c; S5L4.a,b
What a Bug WantsJulia FrederickK-3, 3-5insects, behavior, survival, habitat, pollution S3L1, S3L2, MGSE3.MD.3
Marine PhytoplanktonMcKenzie Powers9-12biological oceanography, climate change, phytoplankton SEV2, SMI2, SEC2, SEC5, SB5
Anatomy of the EyeDiana “Anna” Knight5-8anatomy, physiology, ophthalmology, optometry, eye anatomyS7L2
Data Drive - Urbanization of the American White IbisMatt Tatz9-12data analysis, graphing in Excel, hypothesis testingSEV2, SEV4
Monarch Migration AdventureJulia Frederick9-12parasite, predation, competition, human interaction, environment, behaviorSEC3, SEN2, SZ4, SZ5
The Retina and Color VisionRida Osman5-8cells, organs, eye, retina, color vision, evolution of color visionS7L2
Viruses & Virus MutationMegan Lott3-5, 5-8, 9-12microbes, viruses, infection, mutationS4L1, S5L4
Introduction to R StudioWilliam Norfolk9-12data science, data analysis, R, and RstudioNA
A Community Beneath our FeetJordan Argrett3-5plants, fungi, symbiosis, nutrients, soil, ecosystems, mutualism, mycorrhizaeS3L1, S4L1
Bees in the Flower FieldsSummer Blanco3-5, 5-8trait variation, natural selection, survivalS7L3
Survival of the Fittest - Understanding Sexual and Asexual Reproduction in PlanariansKendall Clay, Taylor Medlock-Lanier, Jennifer Jenkins5-8reproduction, genotype, phenotype, traits, genetic variationS7L3
Radon - Staying Healthy at HomeDerek Cooper3-5, 5-8Radon, radiation, air pollution, health, air quality, lung cancer, elements HE6.2.j, HE7.1.d, HE8.1.c
Symbiotic Relationships between Microbes and Larger OrganismsKailey Ezekiel3-5, 5-8microbiology, ecology, microbiome, animals, microbes, symbiotic relationshipsS5L4
Waves, Currents, and TidesTametria Gadson3-5, 5-8waves, currents, tidesS5L4
Squirrel Pox - An Educational Game for High School Ecology or Epidemiology StudentsAnecia Gentles9-12ecology, pathogens5B5, SEV5, SEPI2, SEPI3, S3L1
Reading Features of Georgia FishAustin Heil3-5adaptations, fish, biology, featuresS3L1
Communities in BalanceDaniel Suh9-12species interactions, coexistence, diversitySEC3

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