There are magnificent resources available on the web that enable the Life Sciences curriculum to be exciting and relevant to every learner.
The ARKive project is another fantastic resource that has unique access to the very best of the world’s wildlife films and photographs, with more than 3,500 of the world’s leading filmmakers and photographers actively contributing to the project, and giving ARKive unprecedented access to their materials. Contributors include the most famous names in natural history broadcasting, commercial film and picture agencies, leading academic institutions and international conservation organisations, as well as myriad individual filmmakers, photographers, scientists and conservationists.
New resources are regularly added to the webpages and this year weare focussing on Gr 10 CAPs requirements.
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