Edible Animal Cell Lab

Project Information

05/02/2011
Curriculum & Instruction, Science Education
Tuloso-Midway ISD, 8-12 Grade Students
Laboratory Instruction
Hands-On Laboratory Investigation, Model, Physical Manipulative
High School Biology - Cellular Structure and Function

This project was designed with the following materials:

  • Edible Materials
  • Author created lesson content
  • SMART Interactive Notebook Software

This hands-on laboratory activity is an engaging way to teach high school biology students about the structure and function of animal cells; when the lab is done, students can eat their cells!

  • My Role: Lesson author, teacher, spare jelly bean consumer.
  • Objective: Promote students' content understanding.
  • Processes Used: Guided laboratory instruction, independent practice, constructivist learning, concept modelling.

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