Aquaponics provides lessons in geometry, science

03/12/2014 | Garden Island (Lihue, Hawaii), The

Students at a school in Hawaii are learning geometry and science through an aquaponics program. The program also teaches sustainability and teamwork through hands-on projects, such as constructing a greenhouse frame. "They are applying a lot of geometry measuring for the frame, making adjustments when needed and troubleshooting," teacher Stephanie Camp said. "These are all stages of learning the concepts of team-building and leadership and getting students prepared for a strong future."

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