Life Science

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This hands-on science lab is designed to teach students who are blind or who have low vision about DNA.
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Introduction to evolution and Darwin's theory of natural selection
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Using a comparison of DNA with architectural blueprints of a building helps students better understand the function of DNA and its location in the cell.
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This activity, appropriate for K-2 or older modified students, teaches the parts of a plant through a familiar song.
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Students who are blind or visually impaired will compare the structure and function of their canes as a correlation to the structure and function of cells.
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A list of accessible science apps for iPads.
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To provide a tactile model of the backbone’s construction showing the vertebrae surrounding the spinal cord and the function of the spinal discs.
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This activity provides students with a hands-on exercise that relies on shapes rather than the ability to read letters in the study of genetics.
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Is there a connection between the sense of smell and the sense of taste? In this activity, students will discover that there is.
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In this short activity, students who are blind or visually impaired become the players (products and reactants) in cellular respiration.

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