Classroom Resources associated with a scientific magazine - what would be most useful to you?

Conservation is a quarterly scientific magazine published by the University of Washington focused on "Creative Ideas for a Greener Future". We are developing new Classroom Resources, and it would be a huge help to us for you to fill out this THREE QUESTION survey to help us hone our development goals. Our Classroom Resources are freely AVAILABLE ONLINE at http://www.conservationmagazine.org Please pass this survey on to your fellow educational instructors! Thank you so much for your time! -Jennifer M.W. Day *all responses are anonymous and responses will only be used to inform the development of Conservation's free, online educational tools*



An emailed weekly "Journal Watch" / "This Week in ______"
Discussion Questions accompanying a "hot topic" article
Additional Resources (e.g. primary literature) accompanying a "hot topic" article
Discussion Questions accompanying an online 15 minute video presentation on a "hot topic"
Recommended Reading for a broad topic (e.g. climate change) accompaning a "hot topic" article (e.g. flowering versus bird migration timing).
Discussion Questions accompanying a live speaker/seminar
Worksheets for activities/assignments (e.g. debate activity, writting assignments, guides for evaluating presentations/articles)
A quarterly "Profile of an Expert"
A hard-copy "Educational Packet" including the magazine, class assignments, and tickets to live speaker.


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