Oxbow Meadows is committed to supporting
all of our students and educators during this time.
Explore Oxbow’s reimagined virtual learning opportunities, including interactive programs to pre-recorded hands-on lessons that will
provide you and your students with a brief exploration into science.
If you need assistance with correlating a program to your
state’s standards, please email Dr. Lauren Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org
To help you navigate the growing list of resources, we have provided
you with a Master List, which includes grade levels, type of resource,
and standards correlations. At the moment we only have
GA science standards.
Master List of all Virtual Resources (COMING SOON!)
Interactive Distance Learning
New for Fall 2020: Bring Oxbow Meadows
to your classroom through a digital format!
Combines video instruction and live virtual interacting with an Oxbow educator. Designed to provide real-world learning in a virtual world.
During an Interactive Distance Learning program, your student will:
- Interact with an Oxbow education professional
- Have the opportunity to ask questions
- Enjoy an encounter with one of Oxbow’s animal ambassadors
- Apply their classroom knowledge in a virtual “real-world” setting
Interactive Distance Learning programs can be scheduled as a Zoom, Google Meet, or Microsoft Teams session, any format the school is using to teach for the 2020-2021 school year.
Virtual Hands-on Lessons
I See, I Wonder... Videos
Wildlife Education Presentations
Full hands-on lesson plans, correlated
to standards, which combine video
instruction, worksheets, reading, and
hands-on activities that can be replicated
in the classroom or at-home.
Short-hands on science activities and
hands-on demonstration to engage
learning or expand classroom experiences.
Learn about Oxbow’s animal ambassadors, including native and non-native species. These videos are recordings of live streams.
Phenomenon Video Collection
CSU Student Created Materials
External Virtual Resources
Library of phenomenon videos to enhance
engagement and exploration in the
classroom or can be used as an
anchor phenomenon video.
Digital resources created by CSU
Early Childhood education students.
Additional resources for virtual
and in-person teaching.