Wis. students learn math while watching an eagles' nest

03/6/2014 | WKBT-TV (La Crosse, Wis.)

Students at an elementary school in Wisconsin are learning math and other core subjects while watching a live video feed of an eagles' nest. The birds, Larry and Lucy, are part of a program called Eagles 4 Kids. "One of our big lessons lately is exactly writing two step story problems. So we go on there and find how many views we've had on certain days and then do some comparison problem solving," said teacher Darrin Briggs.

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