Animal Group Behavior

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Animal Group Behavior STEM Case

A farmer in Africa is having problems with elephants eating her corn and cotton crops. As a wildlife biologist, students learn about animal group behavior and relationships of elephants and humans with bees. Students collect data from the farm and elephants to hypothesize and test solutions that will protect the crops without hurting the elephants.

STEM Cases are interactive explorations in which students practice problem-solving and critical thinking as they solve a real world problem as a STEM professional.
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  • Cases take 30-90 minutes to complete.
  • Student progress is automatically saved.
  • Complete in multiple sessions.

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LevelDescriptionEstimated Time
Elementary School  This version is for elementary school classes. 30-40 min
Middle School  This version is for middle school classes. 40-50 min

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Most content from the Expanded Handbook is included in the corresponding STEM Case.

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LevelDescriptionEstimated Time
Elementary School  The Expanded Elementary School Handbook covers deforestation, external and internal structures and functions and how environments affect herds in addition to the concepts covered in the handbook section of the Elementary School Case. 20-25 min
Middle School  The Expanded Middle School Handbook covers dominance, hierarchy, deforestation, mutually beneficial relationships and how environments affect herds in addition to the concepts covered in the handbook section of the Middle School Case. 20-25 min

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