Reflection: Student Ownership Is It the End of Humanity Infographic - Section 2: Activity


Students need to feel as if they have control over some aspects of the project in order to take ownership and maintain a sense of engagement.  Offering the option of using different platforms to create their infographic is an easy way to do this without changing the overall requirements of the project.  Between the research, collaboration, artistic and technology components of the project, I feel that there is something in this project for everyone.  

  Student Choice = Engagement
  Student Ownership: Student Choice = Engagement
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Is It the End of Humanity Infographic

Unit 7: Factors That Drive Evolution
Lesson 11 of 14

Objective: SWBAT create an infographic that summarizes their plan for redesigning humanity for an extreme ecosystem.

Big Idea: Infographics are a great way to present visual and written information, plus they are fun to make!

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Science, Biology / Life Science, Evolution, ecosystem, natural selection (Evolution), Genetic Engineering, adaptation, natural selection
  170 minutes
good infographic
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