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27/09/13  |  Moscow

From drawing of plants to plant systematics

We would like to present our experience, which may be interesting to teachers not only in secondary education, but also in primary schools. During three months we conducted a natural science study group for schoolchildren 10-11 years in Moscow school No 57. The students in the group compiled plant determinants...

19/09/13  |  Bremen, Germany

Project "Wild plant-protection Germany"

15 wild plant species are endangered in Germany. This species include arnica (Arnica montana), dune gentian (Gentianella uliginosa) and marsh orchid (Dactylorhiza majalis). Aim of the project is to build up a national network for protecting endangered wild plants in Germany to provide a long-term survivable population of these species.

17/08/13  |  Bremen, Germany

On "Fotosafari" at the botanic garden

22 seventh-graders took photomachines and their photo-handys to look for plants in the botanic garden. Can they find these plants or plants of the same plant-family in the nearby meadows? Are these plants endangered by other - invasive - plants? A sparcling IBSE outdoor activity to overcome "plant-blindness" conducted within the INQUIRE for Students Course in Bremen.

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