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in the Classroom Newsletter 2011 - Contents: 2011 Summer
Workshop Opportunities; Schoolyard Garden Grants; Monarch Larva Monitoring Project:
Beyond the Data; Driven to Discover: Citizen Science Research; North American Monarch
Institute; Monarch Larva Monitoring Project; 2010 Insect Fair.
in the Classroom Newsletter 2010 - Contents: Mexico Storms
in Overwintering Sites; New Summer Workshop; Citizen Science Opportunities; Navigating
the Skies with Antennae; Is Crowding OK?; MITC Store Catalog; 2009 Insect Fair;
Macroinvertebrate Stream Monitoring Lesson; Monarch Butterfly Fund/Monarch Joint
Venture; MonarchLIVE; Driven to Discover; Earth Day 40th Anniversary.
in the Classroom Newsletter 2009 - Contents: 2009 Summer
Courses, Honeybees in Peril, Plant-Pollinator Co-evolution, Earth Day Challenge,
MITC Catalog Highlights, Featured Teacher and Student, Insect Fair 2008, Pollinator
Lesson, Monitoring Handbook, Ecotourism Workshops.
in the Classroom Newsletter 2008 - Contents: MITC Honored
by Minnesota Horticultural Society, 2008 Summer Courses, Schoolyard Garden Grants,
Digital Photography How-To, Science Journaling, Catalog & Ordering Information,
Featured Teacher & Student, Field Guide Lesson, North American Conservation
Plan, Logging in Overwintering Sites.
in the Classroom Newsletter 2007 - Contents: No 2007 Monarch Distribution,
2007 Summer Courses, Schoolyard Garden Grants, Kids for a Sustainable Future, Science
in the Schoolyard: Getting Kids Outside, 2006 and 2007 NEST Garden Grants take the
learning outside, Schoolyard Attitude is Key, Monarch FAQ's, Monarchs in the Classroom
Catalogue, Featured MITC Products, Featured Teacher: Caroline Waskow, Featured Student:
Kaitlyn Creasy, 2006 Insect Fair Highlights, Schoolyard Lesson, Monarch Population
and Lab Updates.
in the Classroom Newsletter 2006 - Contents: 2006 Summer Courses,
Monarch Evolution, Monarchs in the Classroom Products & Order Form, Featured
Teacher (Cindy Peterson from St. Hubert's School in Chanhassen, MN), 2005 Insect
Fair Highlights, Evolution Lessons, Population Status
in the Classroom Newsletter 2005 - Contents: 2005 Summer Courses,
Research Tips, 2004 Insect Fair Highlights, Monarchs in the Classroom Products &
Order Form, Monarch Rearing Tips, Monarch Resources, Monarchs at College, MITC “Folks”
and Their Work, Population Status.
in the Classroom Newsletter 2004 - Contents: Courses and Workshops;
Monarchs and More in the Classroom: Rearing Tips, Lessons and Materials; Insect
Fair; Monarch Crossword; Monarch Lab Research; Resources: Research Opportunities
and Websites; Book Reviews.
in the Classroom Newsletter 2003 - Contents: Courses and Workshops;
MITC Notes: Tips for Teachers, Insect Fair, etc.; Instructional Materials; More
Monarchs & Milkweed Community Quizzes; Monarch Biology & MITC Updates; Resources:
Research Opportunities and Websites; Book Reviews.
in the Classroom Newsletter 2002 - Contents: MITC Course Announcement
("More Than Monarchs"), District Workshops, Tips for Teaching with Monarchs,
2001 Monarch Fair, Teachers in the Spotlight: Rhoda Stroud and Christelle Kohler,
MITC Larval Distribution 2001, Summer Work with Monarchs and Kids, High School Students
Eager to Help! By Donna Kemp, New 2002 Instructional Materials, Monarchs and More
Course Application, Monarchs and the Environment, Winter Storm in Mexico Kills Millions
of Monarchs, Monarchs Population Dynamics Meeting, How Can You Help Monarchs?.
in the Classroom Newsletter 2001 - Contents: Monarch Population Dynamics
Meeting, Especially for Teachers: Ongoing Courses and Workshop Opportunities, Field
Research Workshops for Teachers and Students, Tips for Teaching with Monarchs, 2000
Monarch Fair, Monarch Fair 2000 "Winners", Educational Gardening: St Croix
Falls WI, National Wildlife Federation's Schoolyard Habitats Program, Parents Want
to be Involved!, Course Announcement, Spotlight on a Teacher: Zoé Rochester
from Amery WI, MITC Larval Distribution 2000 and 2001, Mexico: Minneapolis Teachers
Visit the Butterfly Colonies (by Terry Vick) and Students in the Middle of a Miracle
(by Mark Laven), De Cansler's "Top Ten Reasons for Taking Kids to Mexico",
White Bear Lake Students are Heading to Mexico Again, Travel to Mexico with a Monarch
Biologist, Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary Foundation.
in the Classroom Newsletter 2000 - Contents: MonarchLab: for Scientist
of All Ages; Especially for Teachers: MITC Courses and Workshops, 1999 Monarch Fair:
"Majestic Monarchs"; Monarch Fair "Winners"; Monarchs and Education
Standards; MITC Recommends; Tips from Teachers; Research Spotlights: Monarch Monitoring;
Monarchs, Bt and Corn Pollen; MITC Catalog; Course Announcement; Student Researchers,
Sex Ratios and Male Mating Behavior; Behind the Scenes at MITC; Conservation Highlights:
Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary Foundation, Environmental Education in Mexico: Creating
International Links, Moving Monarchs: Should We or Shouldn't We?; Monarch Conservation:
A Shared Responsibility; Monarchs as Insect Ambassadors?; MITC in the News.
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