|DATE:||Thursday 7th September|
|TIME:||4:00pm – 6:00pm (4:00pm for a 4:30pm start)|
Online via Zoom
|HOST:||Biology Teachers Network|
|PRESENTER:||Jennifer Habel, PhD candidate, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, The University of Melbourne. Jennifer is working in Professor Katherine Kedzierska’s Laboratory at the Doherty Institute at the University of Melbourne.|
|RSVP:||Please RSVP using the form on the right-hand panel
(or email Biology Network to receive your link)
Other events you may be interested in. These events are not endorsed by the network, however, are relevant to the teaching of Biology.
|PROGRAM:||Evolution, geographical distribution, speciation, adaptation, comparative anatomy, co-evolution, transition fossils, and convergent evolution – all these concepts are explored in our new Exploring Deep time program at Melbourne Museum.|
|TARGET:||The program is strongly linked to Years 9 to 10 science curriculum, and takes students through the science galleries exploring the evidence for evolution.|
|COST||This program is free for Government schools as part of the DET Victorian Challenge and Enrichment Series.|
|WEB LINK:||Exploring Deep Time to Shape a Better Future|
See Meetings Archive page.