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Teaching How Insects Can Help You Learn About Nature

How Insects Can Help You Learn About Nature

Insects are small and found everywhere. They can be easily kept in a classroom or at home. That makes insect researchers think they are good for teaching children about nature. When children are taught about nature, they get excited about science. So we did a survey to learn more about how public schools use insects.

Akito Y. Kawahara, Associate Professor and Curator of Insects, Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida and Megan Ennes, Assistant Curator of Museum Education, University of Florida, adapted by Actively Learn staff
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