Can you solve this?

Have a go at this – pause at 1:30 and get chatting before moving on! Another great video by Derek Muller (@veritasium), and will be useful in discussions of the scientific method, hypothesis testing and the nature of science.

A no is usually more useful than a yes

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About Stephen

Director of Learning & MYP Coordinator at Canadian Academy, Kobe, Japan. Formerly MYP HS Science & IBDP Bio teacher and missing it terribly. Twitterist (@sjtylr), dad and bloggerer.

Posted on March 9, 2014, in #Inquiry, YouTube. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I loved this, Stephen. Just used it now with my G12 class, as they tried to work out genotypes from a pedigree chart. They had been finding examples of inheritance to confirm rules they had already established rather than seeking to disprove them, thereby being certain that they were right… when they were actually wrong!

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