Active Learning Using “Preserving Biodiversity” Infographics

A guest post by Matt Taylor

As I mentioned in a couple of previous posts, I spent some of my free time this summer developing graphics on the topic preserving biodiversity. I have now completed eight graphics, as well as three lesson plans to accompany them. You can find all of these resources at the following link. Please feel free to use them in your class.

Biodiversity Infographics

Biodiversity graphics

Here’s a preview of the graphics. Click to see them larger.

 

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