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Project BioEYES: Accessible Student-Driven Science for K–12 Students and Teachers

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Activities and aims of Project BioEYES.

(A) Building investigative skills by using a model organism to investigate, observe, and generate hypotheses. (B and C) Working in teams, students engage in hands-on activities using microscopes and simple lab tools to care for their zebrafish larvae. (D) Students are scientists. They make qualitative observations, collect quantitative data, and engage in collaborative discourse using appropriate scientific vocabulary. Throughout this process, students analyze and interpret data, draw conclusions, and communicate results.

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