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Five lesson sets to help students overcome evolution misconceptions

he_who_is_nobody

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Lin Andrews said:
Five lesson sets to help students overcome evolution misconceptions

That is why I am so excited to introduce the first-ever NCSE evolution lesson sets, now available for use in high school biology classrooms everywhere! The Supporting Teachers team has worked alongside our Teacher Ambassadors from all over the US for the past two years to develop these NGSS-aligned, inquiry-based lesson sets. Each was a true labor of love for the team and me. Allow me to introduce you to them all.
 

Led Zeppelin

Active Member
Looks like the same bullshit they taught me in school, 30 fucking years ago. What part of this is supposed to be different?
 

*SD*

Administrator
Staff member
At this point, I'm not sure there's much point in engaging with LZ. I'm starting to agree with the others, who I was previously defending him against (with regards him being a troll, not anything else).
 

he_who_is_nobody

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Led Zeppelin

Active Member
Greetings,


Did you go through the material, Led?

Kindest regards,

James
Yes. Once I read that students should build phylogenentic trees base on fossile data it became apparent that evolutionists still use the idea of morphological based lineages to convince people of common ancestry. Even though they know morphological trees wont match the trees built by DNA and protein analysis, they use the old idea of morphology on children because its easier.
 
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