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10/12/13  |  London

‘Humming bird seeks Bromeliad’ a new role play lesson from Uni Bremen, Germany

This fun, short lesson illustrates the connections between plants and their pollinators. By playing the part of humming birds, young people discover how beak length and plant structure are interrelated.

05/12/13  |  London

An INQUIRE role play lesson on what it means to be a landscape architect: ‘A competition: Who can find the best tree for our avenue?’

During this lesson young people compete over a contract to plant an avenue of trees. This, not only, teaches them about plant science, but hones research skills, develops skills in working alone and collaborating and requires that they think about how best to present their findings.

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...

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