Find lesson plans and educator resources for teaching genetics
Becoming Human Learning Center - Access subject-designed exercises, activities and games to promote greater understanding of the course of human evolution. Have middle and high school students compare human and ape chromosomes, or put together a virtual skeleton to learn about bipedalism.
Educator’s Guide to Genome: Unlocking Life’s Code - Developed by the National Museum of Natural History, this guide contains strategies and activities to introduce middle school and high school students to the Smithsonian traveling exhibit o n genomics.
Genome: Unlocking Life's Code - Series of K-12 student resources developed by National Human Genome Research Institute, the National Museum of Natural History, The Smithsonian Associates, The History Channel, and others.
Personal Genetics Education Project – Professional Development - Annual summer institute at Harvard Medical School includes tools, resources and knowledge to tackle some of the trickiest and most important questions in personal genetics.
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