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Jul 12, 2006

A New Post-16 Teaching Programme

A new post-16 teaching programme from Twycross Zoo - East Midland Zoological Society 
A programme for post 16 students and teachers

A new programme designed from scratch to give post-16 year students and tutors a well structured enjoyable and beneficial visit to Twycross Zoo based around a desired subject.

The programme was designed to be cross curricular for the many different A level HND and Degree level courses. Centred on practical methods. The programme consists of a selection of ‘workshop days’. Running through the day students learn about a single topic, with observational components).

The day ends with a plenary of the task’s findings and a more in-depth look at the topic in question. 

Developed by:  Twycross Zoo - East Midland Zoological Society

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