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Fast Plants Selection Experiment Leadership Cohort

This group is intended to allow continued communication and collaboration between leaders with expertise in the following areas:- Understanding of strategies for growing, tending, and producing seed allowing for successful raising of multiple generations of Fast Plants- Seeing variation in Fast Plants characteristics and facilitating others to do so- Understanding the connections of various traits in Fast Plants and their connection to genetics and the environment- Collecting/analyzing data…See More
Aug 29, 2013
Jackson Hetue left a comment for Whitney Hagins
"Hello Whitney,   It’s good to see you here on our Fast Plants social network!   At this time, we have just created a group called the Fast Plants Selection Experiment Leadership Cohort. As an attendee of the recent WFP: Selection…"
Aug 19, 2013
Whitney Hagins commented on Wisconsin Fast Plants Program's group The MOT Challenge
"Paul, Can you recommend another species of Kalanchoe that is easily grown and produces plantlets? My student was thinking he might like to have two species."
Mar 4, 2011
Whitney Hagins added a discussion to the group The MOT Challenge
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Is it reasonable to assume that the plantlets are genetically identical? My student is doing research about the effect of environment by growing the plantlets from one mother plant in different environments. Good idea but his number of samples are limited. I would love to hear from other teachers or students who have tried similar investigations.
Mar 4, 2011
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The MOT Challenge

WELCOME to the MOT Challenge website. Become a MOT Scientist: MOT ReportThen, keep data comin': MOT Update  See More
Mar 4, 2011
Whitney Hagins is now a member of Wisconsin Fast Plants Network
Feb 16, 2010

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What is your experience with growing Fast Plants?
I've been growing Fast Plants more than five years!
Please describe yourself (in the education world). IMPORTANT NOTE: Any student MEMBER of the network MUST be over 13 years old.
teacher, professional development facilitator
Please describe the average grade level of those who use Fast Plants with you. IMPORTANT NOTE: Any student MEMBER of the network MUST be over 13 years old.
9-12, teachers
Please describe the setting(s) in which you use Fast Plants the most.
Public School
What is the name of the school or university that you attend or teach/work?
Lexington High School

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At 4:12pm on August 19, 2013, Jackson Hetue said…

Hello Whitney,

 

It’s good to see you here on our Fast Plants social network!

 

At this time, we have just created a group called the Fast Plants Selection Experiment Leadership Cohort. As an attendee of the recent WFP: Selection Experiments Workshop, we’d like to encourage you to join this group and participate in future discussions about growing and teaching with Fast Plants. Joining this group will also help us to keep you in the loop for any exciting Fast Plants news!

 

We’d also like to encourage you to join in on a recently posted discussion (titled: Selection Experiments with Fast Plants) that considers alternative traits of use in selection experiments. This discussion was sparked by Astrid H, (who you may recall provided a large chunk of the data for our demonstration with Tinkerplots at the July WFP workshop), and as an attendee of that workshop, you are in a prime position to share your experience and any new ideas you may have.

 

Looking forward to future Fast Plants discussions with you!

 

Best,

- Jackson

 
 
 

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