Why read about a case study when you can experience one!
In the role of a physician in the ER of a hospital, students must help a young child that has ingested a toxin while on a family outing to a botanical garden
Our engaging real world scenarios, allow students to collect & analyze data, form & test hypotheses, and communicate findings to teachers in real-time. Proven to help students learn difficult biology concepts and improve their critical thinking skills.
Also included is an embedded Interactive Manual, which allows students to explore realistic simulations and animations to learn the core concepts of membrane transport.
Your students will never view science the same way again!
Our award-winning Interactive Cases:
- use videogame technologies to create engaging real-world scenarios and molecular level views
- align to NGSS Science Standards
- are research-based and proven to work (3-year independent study with 1500 students)
- provide a real-time formative assessment tool that enables you to differentiate and personalize your instruction
- are funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health
- can be completed in approximately one class period
- allow student home access, which offers additional time for students to develop and hone problem-solving skills
Although this is a digital product, you will receive a hard deliverable in the mail, which will include the license agreement, a welcome letter with your activation code, and a getting started guide which explains how to activate your account and use the Interactive Case with your students. The Interactive Case is a one-year subscription. License period begins upon activation.
Use with up to 40 students in a class period. Cross Platform: PC, Mac, iOS or Android. No Flash or Shockwave plug-ns required. To see an example visit: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZeQAKgBBRru_IXfcZSJk2KI3oeUSH5hX
Consider using our other Interactive Cases! Other topics include:
osmosis, diffusion, cell respiration, photosynthesis, filtration, action potentials, membrane potential, nitrogen cycle and synaptic transmission.