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The Podcast: Bees Can Teach Science! Meet Standards by Studying Pollinators in the Field and Classroom is a production of the entire Web Seminar: Bees Can Teach Science! Meet Standards by Studying Pollinators in the Field and Classroom, April 13, 2010. The podcast is 1 hour 19 minutes in duration.
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The source Web Seminar took place on April 13, 2010, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The presenters were Thelma Redick, Director of Conservation Education and Outreach with the Wildlife Habitat Council; Dr. John Pickering, ecology professor at the University of Georgia; Nancy Lowe, Bee Hunt Outreach Coordinator with Discover Life; and Jan Schultz, Program Leader, Botany & NNIS, Eastern Region, U.S. Forest Service. In this Seminar, the presenters discussed how pollinators, particularly bees, can be used to teach standards-based science and get students actively engaged with their work and the outdoors.