Marine Biology III: Anatomy, Physiology and Behavior
In this semester long course, students will learn several areas of marine biology in depth. Classes will cover anatomy and physiology of marine vertebrate and invertebrate groups, species relationships, marine and terrestrial conservation, animal behavior, etc.
During this course, students will learn about anatomy, physiology and behavior of marine vertebrate and invertebrate groups, in depth. We will start with Bony Fishes and finish with our Zoology Project. This is a very interactive program and students will create their own projects too.
Our Learning goals are:
1) Anatomy and Physiology of Marine Vertebrates
2) Anatomy and Physiology of Marine Invertebrates
3) Behavior of Vertebrates
4) Behavior of Invertebrates
55 minutes per class
Twice per week over 12 weeks
Group 1: 7 to 12 year olds
Group 2: 13 to 18 year olds
3 to 15 students per class
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