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TIC 2008-09Trout in the Classroom (TIC) is a hands-on activity that engages students and helps to connect them to real life water quality, fish and wildlife issues, and inspires them to seek solutions. Hatching eggs in the classroom and watching fish develop from eggs to fry generates enthusiasm among students and helps them develop caring attitudes about fish species and their habitats.

The program encompasses not only science, but many other curriculum areas including language arts, mathematics, social studies, ecology, and art. The program is easily adapted to the needs and abilities of all students, whether they are 2nd graders or high school students. One feature of the program is that it is hands-on and flexible. Teachers can implement it as a complete yearlong unit of study or it can be an extension of the regular science curriculum.

So please, interact as much as possible, ask questions, and post pictures and videos of your progress and success. If you have any questions or areas of interest, create your own discussion forum and encourage others to participate. This website will be a great resource for students, parents, teachers, members of Trout Unlimited and anyone who would like to implement this program in their classroom.

This style of communication is a key component of 21st Century Learning that enable students and teachers to be more interactive, document success, and create a revitalized learning environment.

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