Brilliant biology lessons for secondary school science

Learn about bugs, biodiversity and topics high on the teen agenda such as sugar and sleep, with these activities from Dr Joanna Rhodes

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Part 1
Part 1

How to teach the science of sleep

Inspire students to engage with new scientific research about a topic that’s extremely relevant for teens

Part 2
Part 2

How to teach ecology through the world of insects

Learn about biodiversity, manmade threats to insect species, and why this is a serious concern for ecosystems

Part 3
Part 3

How to scientifically study the sweet danger of sugar

Encourage students to take a scientific look at the nation’s favourite addiction

Part 4
Part 4

How to teach biology outside of the classroom

Take your KS3 biologists outside, and see their learning come alive

Brilliant biology lessons for secondary school science

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