Reflection: Rigor The Beginning of Multicellularity - Section 6: Putting It All Together: The Beginning of Multicellularity and Tissues

 

In this teaching reflection, I explain how I scaffold my lesson so students can better understand the development of multicellularity.  

In addition to teaching about multicellularity, sponge anatomy, and cnidarian anatomy, I also explain to students about the fossil record in Kansas using specimens I have collected myself. 

  Rigor: Understanding the development of multicellularity
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The Beginning of Multicellularity

Unit 11: Invertebrates
Lesson 1 of 12

Objective: Students will use sponges and cnidarians as model organisms to better understand cell differentiation.

Big Idea: What lead to multicellularity in animals? Find out today.

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Biology / Life Science, Science, mitosis, Growth and Development, Systems and System Models, sponges, Cnidarians, Dissection, Cell Differentiation
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