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CSI: Exploring Forensic Science [SC]

Junior Cycle - CSI: Exploring Forensic Science [SC]

Subject Group: Science
These subjects demonstrate how to explore nature using carefully planned methods, and teach the basic methods and findings of scientific investigation.

Brief Description:

This short course aims to facilitate the development of basic science process skills and other key skills for life and learning such as working collaboratively, planning sequentially and thinking logically.
How will CSI: Exploring Forensic Science [SC] be useful to me?

In this new short you will develop basic science process skills and other key skills for life and learning such as working collaboratively, planning sequentially and thinking logically.

The skills gained through a focus on basic science are ones that can be used by the student in many areas of his/her future life.

You will be introduced to the world of forensic science and learn the terminology and processes of forensic science.

You will learn how to work accurately and safely with science equipment. You will discover the importance of process in gathering and recording scientific evidence.

You will also get to carry out investigations and further tests, and to develop theories about the mock crime you are investigating.
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