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27/01/14  |  London

A tasty new lesson plan from Kew Gardens.

This lesson teaches participants about how their everyday decisions may have further reaching implications, through a relatable and tasty illustration.

27/01/14  |  London

New lesson plan to answer the question ‘why do flowers have different colours?’ from the University of Innsbruck.

During this lesson young people are given responsibility over their own learning and design experiments and collect data to learn about insect colour perception and flower pigmentation.

27/01/14  |  London

‘Plants and Climate’: New lesson plan about plant morphology, climate and biodiversity now available online.

This 8 hour lesson introduces young people to the concept of plant adaptation and biodiversity by investigating the morphology and physiology of different plant species in different habitats.

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