EXPLORING CREATION WITH MARINE BIOLOGY — SUPERSET
Exploring Creation with Marine Biology, by Sherri Seligson, is an award-winning, college-preparatory high school science course for homeschool students. This updated second edition is even more user-friendly and comes with the complete set of self-directed learning tools, to make sure that all students thrive, whatever their learning style.
This Superset includes: Textbook, Solutions and Test Manual, Student Notebook, MP3 Audio of the text, and the Instructional DVD.
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God’s oceans are an amazing ecosystem full of fascinating, even bizarre creatures with cool abilities that are extremely intriguing. Sherri Seligson’s own excitement about the world of marine biology is contagious and draws students into that underwater realm to explore with her.
This is one of the few homeschool science courses that includes an entire education on ecology. The creator-God designed the earth’s astonishing ecosystem for his glory and the needs of his creatures, and it is a crucially important science for Christians in our day to understand accurately.
Apologia is known for texts that are very accessible — conversational and easy to absorb — even when the matter being discussed is very complex in nature. This text by Sherri Seligson is a prime example of that. It is clear that she is at once an extremely knowledgeable scientist and someone who has homeschooled her own children and knows how to teach and communicate with them well.
The student notebook that accompanies Exploring Creation with Marine Biology provides an organized, complete lesson plan for the year, which lets students check off their progress as they work their way through. It has places for their notes as they’re reading, lab charts, and tables to record their scientific findings.
Auditory learners take in written information better if they hear it as they read along. Audio helps them stay focused because their brains are able to give more attention to the text. And because rereading and pauses are greatly reduced, they cover more ground in less time — which is encouraging for them and gives them more confidence as scholars.
In the videos that accompany Exploring Creation with Marine Biology, Sherri Seligson is actually teaching the course, using visual animations and on-location video clips. This helps students absorb the concepts in a richer and more engaging way, and it encompasses all types of learners. The animations help explain more difficult concepts in a three-dimensional, interactive way rather than in a static, two-dimensional text only. And the medium allows students to review material until they really understand it.