Bringing Science to Life
MySciLife® is a safe, social learning environment where science students design and maintain science "identities" to LIVE and LEARN. Students LIVE as a science concept, creating their identities using status updates, interactions, and a full range of digital media. Currently serving middle school science teachers and their students across the U.S., MySciLife is a former MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning finalist.
Learn more about MySciLife and how you can be involved.
The MySciLife team offers 18 hours of professional development training for teachers wishing to use the MySciLife platform with their students (FREE!) from early spring to summer for the subsequent school year.
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Here's what's happening in MySciLife:
Hey it's Navy Hood, and today I'm going to introduce you to myself. I am located in the northern part of Oregon (U.S.) and I tower up to 11,239 ft. I'm known as one of the most famous and dangerous volcanoes in the U.S., because of my steep sides. My biome is temperate rain forest, and I am known as...
Hi I’m Mount Cleveland! I last erupted in May 23, 2006. It was a pretty rough day for me. Here lately, I have been having a few tummy aches. Yes, I am a composite so I've got some big guns, and my biome is lots mountains and water.
Hello Fellow Volcanoes! I’m Sandy Sangay. Some of my friends and neighbors also like to call me Macas, Sanagay, or Sangai. I live in Ecuador in South America. It gets pretty warm there. I’m the most active volcano in town! I last erupted on November 17, 2016.