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International Journal of New Developments in Education, 2023, 5(22); doi: 10.25236/IJNDE.2023.052218.

Analysis of improving cooperation ability of students in high school biology education


Yang Wang

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Yang Wang

Dangyang No. 1 High School, Dangyang, 444100, China


High school biology education plays a crucial role in nurturing students' interest and understanding in the field of life sciences. Biology as a subject encompasses a wide range of knowledge areas including cell structure and function, genetics, evolution, and ecology. In order to effectively teach high school biology, educators should focus on developing students' observation skills, critical thinking abilities, and practical laboratory skills to enable them to comprehensively grasp and apply biological knowledge. This paper aims to discuss several key teaching strategies that can be employed to enhance the teaching and learning experience in high school biology classes.


High school biology education; Thinking expansion ability; Textbook learning; Bioinformatics applications

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Yang Wang. Analysis of improving cooperation ability of students in high school biology education. International Journal of New Developments in Education (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 22: 108-110. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJNDE.2023.052218.


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