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Absorbing Light Energy and Flourescent Light
Absorbing Light Energy and Flourescent Light
[16-17 years old students]
Cécile Bardel, Charles Baudelaire
Counting Peas
Students estimate an unknown number of yellow peas by using the Capture-Recapture method.
[16-18 years old students]
Magnus Johansson; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall
Criticising an experiment
Learning how to evaluate an experiment by providing an easily criticized experiment
[Upper secondary]
Magnus Johansson; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall
Cross-breeding between two species of frog
Cross-breeding between two species of frog
[16-17 years old students]
Cécile Bardel, Charles Baudelaire
Discussion - animal adaptations
Discussion related to adaptations in animals.
[16-19 years]
Karin Åkerlund; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall
Evolution
Evidence for evolution
[11 year]
James Stroud; Tavistock College
Examining ecosystems
Students examine different kinds of ecosystems
[16-19 years]
Karin Åkerlund; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall
First Aid Skills
Some very needed information for all the people out there!
[Gymnasium]
Birute Bartkeviciute
Forensic science
Forensic evidence collection and analysis
[14-16 year old students]
Tristan Foster; Tavistock College
GSR Lesson
Use of GSR machines to measure stress and heart rate
[16-19 Years old]
Alfie Carlisle and Harrison Bryan
How to help (or not!) an endangered species
Students are asked to discuss and come up with a possible action plan for helping the imaginary Fork-tailed parakeed - a bird thought long gone but now re-discovered.
[16-18 years old students]
Magnus Johansson; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall
Illness in infants
Illness in infants
[16-17 years old students]
Cécile Bardel, Charles Baudelaire
Lactose Intolerance
Lactose Intolerance
[16-17 years old students]
Cécile Bardel, Charles Baudelaire
Lavender and conditions for different varieties
Lavender and conditions for different varieties
[16-17 years old students]
Cécile Bardel, Charles Baudelaire
Mapping the evolutionary history of organisms by phylogenetic analysis
This simulation allows the students to apply and deepen their knowledge of evolution, to use a scientific approach and to get familiar with different methods of phylogenetic analysis.
[17-18 years old]
Emma Alenius; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall
Osmosis – Examing the change in length in potatoes strips
This is an easy way to understand how osmosis works by examining how different molecules passes through a cellular membrane.
[16-19 years old]
Peter Lind; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall
Population Genetics
Use the Hardy-Weinberg principle to calculate allele frequency in populations.
[16-18 years old/A'level]
Alex Jackson; Tavistock College
Practical Investigations
Practical Investigations
[12-14 year old children]
Tristan Foster; Tavistock College
Scientific Models
In order to improve the students scientific literacy we work with the atomic model. We build models and discuss in what way the model is useful, correct and incorrect.
[Student 16 years]
Inger Gistvik; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall
The alcohol content of wines
The alcohol content of wines
[16-17 years old students]
Cécile Bardel, Charles Baudelaire
The Human Body
Research, create and label a life-size diagram of the human body and its organs.
[KS3]
Emma Hagan; Devonport High School for Boys, DHSB
The photosynthesis of cyanobacteria and iron in the ocean
The photosynthesis of cyanobacteria and iron in the ocean
[16-17 years old students]
Cécile Bardel, Charles Baudelaire
The processes of life
Enzymes, Active Transport, Photosynthesis, Aerobic Respiration, Anaerobic Respiration
[Year 11]
James Stroud; Tavistock College
The secret container
In this simple yet intriguing introduction to science the students form hypotheses on how the secret container is constructed on the inside.
[16-18 years old students]
Tommie Zetterlund; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall
Understanding Exam Questions
Where are most of the marks lost? Read the questions!
[all ages]
James Strud; Tavistock College
Wastewatertreatment
Wastewater is used water. We are going to see how to treat water and what can help us.
[16-19 year old students]
Nerijus Cesiulis, Alytaus Kolegija
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