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THE CLOVER PINBOARD VI

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Davidson Seamount is an extinct volcano located about 75 miles (120 kilometers) southwest of Monterey Bay, California.

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Equipment placed on the seafloor measures currents flowing over the top of Davidson Seamount.

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This photo shows three types of sponges growing on the lava of Davidson Seamount: large yellow sponges; white, frilly sponges (left); and white, bushy sponges. The large yellow sponge provides a perch for several basket stars and pink shrimp.

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Bamboo corals on Davidson Seamount may live to be more than 200 years old.

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A Venus flytrap sea anemone on Davidson Seamount.

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To really learn, fail — then fail again!

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Thomas Edison, at left, poses with an early electric car that ran on his storage batteries. It took Edison thousands of experiments over many years to develop the batteries. That long string of failures led to a singular success: The batteries eventually became the most commercially successful product of the inventor’s later life.

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Sergio Montoya inflates the balloon that will power his rocket racer — which ultimately won the race in his class. But by analyzing his mistakes, he also cemented his understanding of Newton’s third law of motion.

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Emily Hogan pushes her eighth graders to make educated guesses and test out different ways to solve problems.

To really learn, fail — then fail again!

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We all make mistakes. When students struggle through trial and error, they also develop an appreciation for how failure often leads inadvertently to new discoveries and inventions. Research suggests students also learn more this way.

To really learn, fail — then fail again!

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