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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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27/01/14  |  Lesson plan

‘The Chocolate Choice Challenge’- A lesson plan from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

This lesson informs participants about the social and environmental impacts of their everyday choices, whilst they eat chocolate!

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‘Why do flowers have different colours’- a lesson plan from the University of Innsbruck.

This lesson plan requires young people to practice scientific skills to investigate flower morphology and adaptation. In doing this, they will practice their inquiry skills and learn about the correlation between flower colour and insect colour perception.

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