Are you Smarter than a Worm? (Operant Conditioning in C. elegans ) Day 3

Unit 9: Learning, Memory and Biological Clocks
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: Students will interpret and analyze data from an ongoing investigation to describe learning trends in C. elegans worms.

Big Idea: Data is a powerful tool that can be used for students to develop or extract meaning from. In this lesson students use data from C elegans studies to articulate trends of an operant conditioning study that may me applied to human behaviors.

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