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Online Course for Teachers: Teaching Evolution

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SESSION 6

SESSION 6: How Can You Address Student Misconceptions about Evolution?

Elaborate Part B: Comparing Strategies

Take a closer look at student misconceptions in Mr. Bingman's and Ms. Havlik's classes. Watch the Evolution Case Study video segments "Little Toes Disappear" and "More Recessive than Before."

Image of Ken Bingman  Image of Marilyn Havlik

Little Toes Disappear
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More Recessive
than Before

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Describe and compare the different ways that Mr. Bingman and Ms. Havlik address misconceptions in these examples. Note your answers for use later in this session.

 



 

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