Paired teaching is an innovative technique that brings together teachers and scientists to collaborate, as equal partners, on developing and teaching lesson plans focused on topics that are relevant to teachers and their classrooms.
The pedagogy is designed to support the teaching of scientific concepts by the lively video presence of a “guest scientist” and hands-on activities that are carried out in the classroom under the guidance of the “in-class teacher”.
This video lesson introduces students to methane/gas hydrates, where they occur in nature, and why they matter. These topics are taught through lively discussions and observation-based exercises where students work together
to study and related different datasets to discover processes that produce methane/gas hydrates.
Sentest about foraminifera ect ……
Lesonplan can be downloaded here: