The following teaching sequences have been produced by a group of Masters of Teaching students at Deakin University in collaboration with a stem cell scientist and education academic.

These sequences are aligned with the VCAA VCE Biology Curriculum Unit 2, accreditation period 2016-2020.

Sequence 1: Stem cell understanding

Teaching sequence for: VCE Biology Unit 2, Area of Study 1, Outcome 1

3 modules, 1-2 hrs each, 1 module, 4-6 hrs

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Sequence 2: Stem cell investigation

Teaching sequence for: VCE Biology Unit 2, Area of Study 3, Outcome 3

1 multi-phase module, 1-3 weeks

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Background

Learn about the project and the creation of this resource

Exploring Controversial Issues in Science - Introduction to the project
Using Drama in Science Education

Contributors

Thanks to the following for contributing to the development of these sequences:

  • Dr. Elise Roper MTeach student at Deakin University (Pre-Service Teacher Contributor and Collator)
  • Dr. Julie Cooper MTeach student at Deakin University (Pre-Service Teacher Contributor and Collator)
  • Prof. Megan Munsie Policy and Outreach Manager and Head of Education, Ethics, Law & Community Awareness Unit, The University of Melbourne (Stem Cell Scientist)
  • Dr. Jo RaphaelDr. Jo Raphael Lecturer in Arts and Drama Education at Deakin University (Education Academic and Project Coordinator)
  • Dr. Peta WhiteDr. Peta White Lecturer in Science and Environmental Education at Deakin University (Education Academic and Project Coordinator)

Special thanks to Olivia Tan MTeach student at Deakin University (Pre-Service Teacher Contributor)