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A Learning Exercise for Science & Mathematics Education Center

During this activity students investigate the concepts of osmosis and diffusion using Elodea cells.
Author: Vanessa Garcia
Date added: Nov 21, 2007 Last modified: Jun 18, 2008
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Type of Task: Group, Supervised

A Learning Exercise for Science & Mathematics Education Center

Students will get familiar making observations and using the scientific method during future laboratory work.
Author: Vanessa Garcia
Date added: Nov 21, 2007 Last modified: Jun 18, 2008
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Group, Student-centered, Supervised, Supplemental Activity, Teacher-centered

A Learning Exercise for Science & Mathematics Education Center

Students will observe how different objects may contain microbes. They will observe multiplication of microbes.
Author: Vanessa Garcia
Date added: Nov 21, 2007 Last modified: Jun 17, 2008
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Group, Supervised

A Learning Exercise for Science & Mathematics Education Center

In this activity students extract DNA from bananas. They will see that DNA is a component of living things and that DNA can... see more
Author: Vanessa Garcia
Date added: Sep 16, 2007 Last modified: Jun 18, 2008
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Group, Student-centered, Supervised

A Learning Exercise for Science & Mathematics Education Center

Students will make an edible, 3-D model of an animal or plant cell. The various organelles of the cell are represented by... see more
Author: Vanessa Garcia
Date added: May 06, 2007 Last modified: Jun 26, 2008
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Group, Supervised, Supplemental Activity
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