The lessons in this set of activities are written from the perspective that Biodiversity can be learned best in the outdoors where the diversity of life can be discovered and experienced by students first hand, and not simply read about in a book or viewed on a computer. Each lesson is inquiry and experiential based, where students’ natural sense of wonder and discovery is encouraged.
Categories: Lab/Student Activity
In this design project, students generate scientifically relevant questions concerning efficient buildings, heat transfer, and the conservation of heat. Students will obtain evidence that supports or... read more
There are now many ways to create blogs for students. Some schools are using EDSBY where groups can be made and internally a blog can be formed within the school. Public and free programs such as... read more
Students are guided through a case study used to introduce the IOU inquiry process (making Inferences from Observations based on Understanding) used in Problem Based Learning (PBL). Opportunity for... read more