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Appendix.

Addressing the National Science Education Standards.

StandardValue of This Activity
Teachers should successfully convey unifying concepts of science. Students will successfully design, conduct, report and evaluate the effects of RA on embryonic development. Using mathematics, students will process and report data to understand the origin of congenital defects through environmental factors. 
Teachers should engage students in various methods and active learning through scientific inquiry. During our investigation, we implement multiple methods of inquiry leading to scientific knowledge. Students determine the effects of RA on embryonic development that require them to develop concepts and relationships from their observations, data, and inferences in a scientific manner. 
Teachers should organize safe and effective learning environments that promote the success of students and the welfare of all living things. Students will treat all living organisms used in the classroom or found in the field in a safe, humane, and ethical manner and respect legal restrictions on their collection, keeping, and use. Classroom discussions on using animals for experimental systems have been highlighted. 
Teachers should create a community of diverse learners who construct meaning from their science experiences for further exploration and learning. The experiments have been organized to engage students in a collaborative learning environment. In addition, technological tools such as ImageJ allow students to collect and process data and facilitate the learning of science. 
StandardValue of This Activity
Teachers should successfully convey unifying concepts of science. Students will successfully design, conduct, report and evaluate the effects of RA on embryonic development. Using mathematics, students will process and report data to understand the origin of congenital defects through environmental factors. 
Teachers should engage students in various methods and active learning through scientific inquiry. During our investigation, we implement multiple methods of inquiry leading to scientific knowledge. Students determine the effects of RA on embryonic development that require them to develop concepts and relationships from their observations, data, and inferences in a scientific manner. 
Teachers should organize safe and effective learning environments that promote the success of students and the welfare of all living things. Students will treat all living organisms used in the classroom or found in the field in a safe, humane, and ethical manner and respect legal restrictions on their collection, keeping, and use. Classroom discussions on using animals for experimental systems have been highlighted. 
Teachers should create a community of diverse learners who construct meaning from their science experiences for further exploration and learning. The experiments have been organized to engage students in a collaborative learning environment. In addition, technological tools such as ImageJ allow students to collect and process data and facilitate the learning of science. 
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