Science & Nature
Nature's Neighborhoods: Interactions in Ecosystems
Journey through the planet’s biodiversity and ecology, from varied biomes to the biology of organisms, dynamics of populations, symbiosis of communities, and complexity of ecosystems (Core Biology Curriculum)
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over 4 weeks
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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In this introduction to the study of ecology, we will learn to categorize the components of ecosystems, and how they developed from macroevolutionary trends. The course examines ecosystems at each of these levels, including the metrics used to monitor the health and functionality different biological communities around the world. Class 1: Introduction We examine the levels of organization utilized by ecologists: organism, population, community, ecosystem, and biome. Students gain practice...
I have taught biology across the United States for ten years. I connect well with students and modify instruction quickly to match learners with their needs.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
All classes are based on the accepted consensus of the secular scientific community, and may include discussions of evolution by natural selection, the cellular and hormonal mechanics of sexual and asexual reproduction, and other aspects of studying living systems.
Benjamin Corey, MAT
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