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19162
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As UNC Sea Grant's marine education specialist, Lundie Spence travels the state peddling marine education and an intoxicating enthusiasm for the marine environment.
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25015
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Lundie Spence is the organizer of a cooperative learning environment in Puerto Rico between North Carolina teachers and Puerto Rican teachers. She is described as being a loving and caring person who just has a way with interacting with people.
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25014
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Eight teachers from North Carolina went on a trip to Puerto Rico to meet eight Puerto Rican teachers and explore Puerto Rico’s marine environments. From this, the North Carolina teachers gained knowledge they intend to integrate into their classrooms.
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Coastwatch (NoCar QH 91 A1 N62x), Vol. 12 Issue 9, October 1985, p1-3, il, por Periodical Website
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25016
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When eight North Carolina teachers went to Puerto Rico to study the ecosystems with eight Puerto Rican teachers, they never knew they would make some important cultural connections as well. Some of the teachers are now finding ways to incorporate the Puerto Rican culture into their classrooms.
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25399
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Roger Rulifson has always been one to innovate new ways of learning. His classes go out in the field to collect samples and then analyze and interpret them. He himself does research on the spiny dogfish, a variety of shark.
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28789
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The reproductive practices of marine and estuarine animals are detailed for young and old readers. Reproduction, fertilization, the gender of aquatic animals, population size, and environmental cues are all defined and discussed with examples provided. Included is a glossary of terms.
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35383
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Trey Lee and authors from ScienceX Magazine were among the producers of this issue’s articles. Two studied microbes’ impact on humans and humans’ impact on endangered species such as freshwater mussels and Raleigh’s Umstead State Park’s wildlife. Two others discussed taxonomy and remains of two WWII marine vessels. Three profiled honeybees, deep diving birds like the gannet, and a program teaching natural science to special populations
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North Carolina Naturalist (NoCar QH 76.5 N8 N68), Vol. 24 Issue 4, Fall 2016, p7-10