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Learning through hands-on activities: Student Ethnobotany experiments

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Title:Learning through hands-on activities: Student Ethnobotany experiments
Authors:Kamelamela, Katie
Keywords:Ethnobotany
Lesson Plans
Plants
Botany
Date Issued:Sep 2012
Publisher:Open Science Network
Relation:http://www.opensciencenetwork.org/home/fall-invitational-meeting
Abstract:Make the most of the time that you have with students
Description:One example of how to engage students in ethnobotany labs through imagery and technology. The key is to get them to identify with a plant in order to understand why they are integral to society.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/27138
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Kamelamela, Katie


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