Diving into the invisible: Cell Biology
Age 11-13, meets 5 times, Wednesdays 9:30 UK time, £55
- Started 21 FebStarted 21 Feb
- 25 British pounds£25
- Zoom Class
This basic course in cell biology will delve into understanding the basic unit of life, a cell, and how it works across different kingdoms. We will discover what makes a prokaryote different from a eukaryote, a plant from an animal, and also understand concepts that are common to plants and animals. By the end of this course, students would have gained knowledge about how a cell functions in order to make an organism work. This course will cover the following topics from the KS3 and KS4 national curriculum: cells and their organisation at different levels, molecules in biology, basic cell structures and their functions, chromosomes, genes and DNA, and cell division. The classes will be in the format of lectures with videos and discussions, and include a quiz. The students will gain skills of reasoning and questioning, problem solving, and learn some scientific language that enables them to think critically.
We will do our utmost to ensure every booked class takes place. However, we strongly believe in the value of conversation between thinkers. Thus, we will not run a class with less than the minimum number of students. If we do not have a full group 24 hours before the class is set to start we will, sadly, cancel the session, refund all participants, and seek to run the class at a different time. Our full booking and cancellation policy can be found in our Terms and Services.