Student Research in Action (Part 1)

Unit 11: The Brain and Toxins (Drugs and Environmental)
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: Students will collect data to establish an answer to student developed research questions to assess the impact of environmental/health toxins on the nervous system.

Big Idea: Student research in the classroom empowers students to understand or bring resolve to questions that attempt to understand the impact of health and environmental toxins on the nervous system.

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