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Conference & Workshop Materials

  • Introduction to Wisconsin Fast Plants® Learn how to plant and teach with Fast Plants®. Ideal for all grade levels, they are easily used to explore many scientific concepts. View »
  • They Come in Pairs: Addressing Student Misconceptions About Chromosomes What if meiosis and chromosomes were as easy to understand as folding laundry? This workshop shows how ChromoSock® specialty socks can address student misconceptions. View »
  • Smithsonian 3D Learning and 3D Assessment How can you be sure you’re providing 3-D learning and 3-D assessment? Experience investigations from Smithsonian Science for the Classroom as both learner and teacher. View »
  • Modeling Energy in a System You experience energy, force, and motion every second of your day. In this activity, modified from the STCMS™ unit Energy, Forces, and Motion, you create a model to explain how energy is involved in moving a pendulum. Includes a materials list and step-by-step instructions. View »
  • What's Your Type? Using Carolina® Synthetic Blood in your classroom offers students the opportunity to conduct realistic blood typing activities without the associated risks. This activity includes a materials list and step-by-step instructions. View »
  • Disorder Detectives In this activity, students take on the role of a cytogeneticist. They are given a case study and a set of patient chromosome decals that they arrange into a completed karyotype. View »
  • A "Taste" of Carolina® Physiology Our sense of taste is limited to a few basic responses. In this activity, students explore how the perception of flavor can be influenced by other factors. Includes a materials list and step-by-step instructions. View »
  • Jump Right In-the Water’s Great! Discover how water quality testing can be part of your curriculum. Plus, gain experience working with different types of water testing materials. View »
  • Collecting Cancer-Causing Changes In this activity, students simulate cell divisions and identify various mutation patterns that lead to increases in the rate of cell division. View »
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