Inquiry Based Activities in Plant Physiology

Inquiry Based Activities in Plant Physiology

Type of Event Training
Date of Event 2019-10-08 ~ 2019-10-10 (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) 18:30 - 21:30
Location University of Saint Joseph – N.A.P.E. Campus (Address: Rua de Londres 106, Macau)
Registration description From now until 2019/09/27
Audience Sciences teachers
Quota 25
Fee Free
Performer Lecturer Karen Tagulao, University of Saint Joseph
Organization Centre of Educational Resources, Education and Youth Affairs Bureau
Producer Centre of Educational Resources, Education and Youth Affairs Bureau
Language English
Information 83959184 (Mr. Mok Man Hong, Nicholas)
Goal 1. Acquire or update knowledge on plant physiology with emphasis on photosynthesis and respiration 2. Understand the link between environmental conditions (light, quality of light, nutrients) on photosynthesis and their relevance on productivity through inquiry-based investigations 3. Acquire or update laboratory skills and learn new methods in plant physiology through practical laboratory exercises 4. Design inquiry-based activities.
Message Session 1 - Review of current studies and teaching materials on the subject - Class exercise to learn or update on plant physiology methods and techniques Session 2 - Class exercise to design an investigation - Laboratory experiment: Photosynthesis vs. Irradiance curves Session 3 - Laboratory exercise: chlorophyll extraction from various treatments from experiment in Session - Data analysis and interpretation Remark: The medium of instruction is English, while simultaneous interpretation into Chinese is available.

Content provider: Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ)

Last modified: 2019-08-26 18:30

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