Studying Animal Behavior with the Science Practices

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Come to the New York Aquarium to dive into animal behavior investigations! In this P-credit and CTLE course for Middle School educators, you will learn strategies for guiding your students in exploring and seeking answers to testable questions inspired by their wonderings about the animals they observe. Animal behavior field investigations offer a unique opportunity to explore a variety of topics including biodiversity, adaptations, evolution, and interspecies relationships. Throughout the course, participants will experience the full scope of a field investigation while learning how to implement science practices and content in the classroom.

Location: New York Aquarium
Date & Time: August 6 - 11 from 8:30am - 3:30pm
Price: $250/participant

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