Biodiversity

Run by The Harker School Ages 11-13 yrs



This science course is a union of zoology, ecology, botany and microbiology and is built to foster an understanding of Bay Area biodiversity through a hands-on approach to science. Students will employ various sampling techniques, including pitfall traps for insects, motion detection cameras for animals, quadrant sampling for plants, and sterile cell culture for microorganisms. They will also explore several components that influence biodiversity, including abiotic factors, animal behavior and, of course, human activities.






Map to Harker Middle School Campus
Harker Middle School Campus
3800 Blackford Ave, San Jose, California, 95117
Time Price
Mon-Fri, 8:30am - 11:30am
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$575
Mon-Fri, 8:30am - 11:30am
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$575
Mon-Fri, 12:45pm - 3:45pm
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$575


Service and helping others – locally and globally - is in the DNA of the Harker community. More than 300 nonprofit programs are supported by Harker students through fundraisers, advocacy and awareness campaigns and volunteerism.


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