- 02 October 2012
What is a food web? And what would happen if one of the animals in a particular food web became extinct? This workshop is designed to educate students about food chains and food webs; as well as their importance in ecosystem functioning and survival. This workshop encourages students to think for themselves and form their own opinions on the conservation of wildlife, through the use of biofacts to illustrate the importance of conserving the components of food webs.
Relevance to the Curriculum: Senior Primary Aged 10-12
This demonstration lecture investigates many aspects of the primary science curriculum, especially those relating to the Living Things and Environmental Awareness course strands. This workshop will use practical, experiential and tactile learning.
Date: Tuesday October 09, 2012
Venue: Minerva Suite
First Session: 10.00am
Second Session: 12.00 noon
€2.00 per student and advance booking is essential.
Maximum number of students per session: 40
Please see booking terms and conditions on www.rds.ie/sciencelive for further information.