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Education: In the Classroom

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Darwin & Evolution Lesson Plans

To celebrate Darwin's 200th birthday, we worked with museums and cultural institutions in 2009 to create a suite of interactive lesson plans that teach and explore the principle of evolution and Darwin's impact.

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The Regenerative Medicine Partnership in Education offers educational materials to support the integration of its movies into class room curriculums. These materials were made for the classroom, for webquests and for outdoor activities.

In the Classroom Dr. Allevable's Unbelievable Exploration

Grade Level 3-5
Time 40 min each

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Grade Level 3-5
Activity Time 40 min each

In all Webquests, students will explore the biology of a tissue of the human body, how it can be injured, and how regenerative medicine can help it heal faster.
Students will research regenerative medicine using this web site and then complete a Webquest. When finished, students will create a project of their choice.

Topics available: heart health, bone health, spinal cord and the immune system.

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Outdoor Activities

Grade Level 3-5 and up
Activity 40 min each

Students will explore the heart’s pumping action by demonstration with the use of a bucket of water and their hands.Students will learn to measure their heart rate before and after doing jump rope exercises, to understand how exercise relates to a healthy heart.

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