We did the same thing in our A Levels, Dontpugme. I'm really hoping it goes into a bit more depth. I, like you, already knew it all~small Animal Behavior unit in high school biology classes is some operant vs. classical conditioning (which I already knew), taxis vs. kinesis (which I already knew), and a lab about preferred conditions with either pillbugs/rolly-pollies/woodlice or fruit flies
The wildlife behaviour unit is described as "to enable you to appreciate how wildlife behaviour affects the success of habitat management for conservation" but there is also an optional unit on primate behaviour "The way in which primate behaviour can be interpreted will be explored from an evolutionary viewpoint, and how human and non-human primates’ behavioural strategies are adapted to the environment (social and ecological) in which they live. The unit is aimed at stimulating discussion and the critical analysis of theories." I'm thinking that sounds pretty interesting and helpful. Especially the critical analysis.
Thank you for the advice Nettle! I'll keep it in mind and try to be criticalQuestion everything and believe nothing until you can pass it through your bullshine filter. Beware of personal agendas masquerading as fact.
Also, I hope Sweetie is better soon