Insect Trap for Measuring Biodiversity Engineering Design Challenge

SKU: DCInsect-563
Insect Trap for Measuring Biodiversity Engineering Design Challenge - ADI Store
Insect Trap for Measuring Biodiversity Engineering Design Challenge - ADI Store
Insect Trap for Measuring Biodiversity Engineering Design Challenge - ADI Store
Design Challenge Insect Trap for Measuring Biodiversity - ADI Store

Insect Trap for Measuring Biodiversity Engineering Design Challenge

SKU: DCInsect-563
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Up your students’ knowledge and skills with this Design Challenge. Filled to the brim with fun, easy-to-use resources, this box has everything students need to engage, create, and investigate.

Insect Trap for Measuring Biodiversity Design Challenge Overview
Students design, construct, and test a device to measure the biodiversity of a terrestrial ecosystem. The device must sample insects in the ecosystem while not catching any larger organisms, such as small mammals. 

Who It’s For:
This design challenge, which comes with all necessary materials, is designed for middle schoolers (6th – 8th grade students). Using the Argument-Driven Inquiry instructional model, students will explore environmental considerations, systems and system models, and structure and function. 

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  • Six sets of high-quality materials for designing an insect trap.
  • Serves up to 24 students working in small groups.
  • Designed for middle school students.
  • Can be used for STEM Camps, engineering and science classes, after-school programs, and more.
  • Takes approximately 12 hours to complete, but it remains flexible to your group's needs.
  • All student handouts and teacher notes are found in the ADI Learning Hub. Access your free account here.
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