Disruptions in Ecosystems
Disruptions in Ecosystems is a middle school unit developed by the Lawrence Hall of Science’s SEPUP as part of a collaborative project funded by the National Science Foundation to develop and evaluate a model instructional unit and professional development program and conduct research on teacher learning.
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Ecosystems: An NGSS-Designed Unit
People and Animals Interacting
Patterns of Interaction Among Organisms
Living and Non-living Factors in Ecosystems
Analyzing Patterns in Ecosystems
Disrupting Ecosystems with Wolves
Using Posters to Encourage Collaborative Thinking
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant # NSF DRL 1418235.
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American Museum of Natural History
Achieve conducted an EQuIP review of the second field test edition of the Disruptions unit. Their review is available here.
SEPUP and Disruptions in Ecosystems