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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.

10/01/14  |  London

New lesson plan about wind and insect pollinated flowers from the National Botanic Garden of Belgium.

During this lesson young people collect and discuss various flowers to learn about adaptations associated with pollination by wind and insects. This then leads to an appreciation of biodiversity.

23/12/13  |  London

‘Explorers in the botanic garden’: New lesson plan about biodiversity from the Botanic garden of the University of Coimbra.

During theis lesson, young people explore different areas of the garden, and by applying an inquiry methodology they look at how biodiversity varies across different habitats and different times of the year.

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