Resources

In this section you will find a host of resources for teaching IBSE. We’ve searched through many books, education packs and websites to find resources relevant for teaching in botanic gardens and other informal education settings. For each one we’ve prepared a short review and a link to the relevant website. We have also developed resources especially for the INQUIRE project. These are available to everyone participating in an INQUIRE course. To sign up for an INQUIRE course click here.

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29/01/14  |  Lesson plan

‘By land, sea and air’- a lesson plan from the Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid and the University of Alcala.

In this active lesson, young people learn about seed dispersal mechanisms through designing their own experiments, interacting with plants and collecting samples.

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‘Project Survival’- A lesson plan from the University of Sofia.

This role playing activity illustrates the way in which scientists work and communicate whilst teaching young people about biodiversity and the variety of uses that plants have.

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‘What Story Could a Twig Tell?’- A lesson plan from the Moscow State University Botanical Garden.

This lesson teaches young people about plant biology, whilst getting them to think about how climate change may affect tree growth, all through their own self – directed investigations.

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Climate change is happening- The IPCC’s fifth report

IPCC report published in September reveals that, due to human activity, average global temperatures are at their highest for 1400 years. It is already affecting the planet and it's only going to get worse. With the report suffering backlash from still unconvinced critics, how are the public to know what to believe?

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