Using Simulations to Discuss Basic Concepts in Evolution

Unit 8: Unit 8: Evolution & Biological Diversity
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: SWBAT to visualize many ideas related to evolution using these interactive online simulations!

Big Idea: Make concepts like the bottleneck effect, non-random mating, and stabilizing, disruptive, and directional selection come to life for students with these great online tools!

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Science, Adaptation and Learning, Evolution, natural selection (Evolution), Life Science/Biology, genetic drift, bottleneck effect, disruptive selection, stabilizing selection, directional selection, coevolution, convergent evolution, divergent evolution, nonrandom mating
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