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Students will independently research and prepare ‘case studies’ for different invasive species which can be used as a basis for wider classroom discussion and collaboration.
The Gazetteer provides information on the location and spelling of more than 370,000 geographical names across Australia and its external Territories as at January 2012.
The supply of data is coordinated by the Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying and Mapping and is derived from State, Territory and Commonwealth Government agencies.
Students will learn about how different animals and plants are adapted to surviving in arid habitats.
Students will develop practical planning and investigative skills and will practice critically analysing and evaluating evidence from their observations and experiments.
Videos, Interactive Explorations, and Interactive Videos engage students and encourage them to explore more on their own with your help.
Discovery Channel Science Search Fascinates students with high-quality video content from the Discovery Channel covering topics in physics, biology, space, technology, meteorology, and much more.
The project has created four curriculum units for Advanced Placement (AP) Biology classes, aligned to the learning objectives, using human case studies to teach to Altitude, (2) Malaria, (3) Evolution of Human Skin Color, and (4) What Does It Mean To Be Human? The project has also created a CRS (Cultural and Religious Sensitivity) Teaching Strategies Resource to help teachers create a comfortable and supportive classroom environment for teaching evolution.
More information about the project can be found here.
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