Difficulties and misconceptions in teaching cell respiration
- develop your subject knowledge of respiration and gas exchange in plants
- consider ways in which you can find out what your student’s misconceptions are and how you can assess if they have overcome them.
- explore practical work which develops your students’ understanding of key concepts and therefore helps them to overcome their misconceptions about respiration in plants.
- consider where else you could use plant examples to address misconceptions
ShareTo start off, how do you currently teach respiration? Include:
- A brief description of your approach.
- Any resources and practical work you use.
- Why you use this approach.
Teaching Biology: Inspiring Students with Plant Science
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