Students had to do a mini research project on different types of chromosomal disorders to teach each other about them. They could do a song, a google slides presentation, digital poster, Tellegami avatar etc. The information had to include the frequency of the disorder (usually given per 1,000 live births, a karyotype (picture and description), the major symptoms of the disorder and how it was caused (what kind of error occurred during meiosis). Their research was online, but the sources had to be .edu or .gov websites, and they reported their sources in a bibliography crafted in Noodle Tools.
Check out the wonderful video by Morgan Peppe, ’20 on Klinefelter Syndrome!