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University/Research Institution Outreach Programs Kristi DeCourcy, Fralin Biotech Institute Virginia Balke, Delaware Technical and Community College Angela Eeds , Vanderbilt University Nancy Hutchison, Science Education Partnership, Fred Hutch
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11 Developing Curriculum Focus of the Course Textbook based course Lab based course Independent projects Combination Focus within the curriculum Health/Biomedical ROP/CTE Ag Science Possible tools to implement to help your students Specific skills Independent research Internships (summer or school-year) Job shadowing opportunities
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12 Developing Curriculum What knowledge and skills do I want my students to have? Examples Learn to use equipment safely and appropriately Learn sterile technique Know how to make solutions Keep a lab notebook Know structure and function of DNA Know how to manipulate DNA Understand enzyme structure and function What training or type of degree or certification is needed for local and state requirements? Professional Development Certification programs
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13 Advance Placement Biology Labs DNA Extraction Electrophoresis Bacterial Transformation Lab Activities for existing curriculum Low tech activities High tech activities Demonstrations Hands-on Labs ELISA
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14 Sample Syllabi
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15 Kirk Brown, Tracy High School
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16 Funding Collaborations with University and Outreach program - NSF and HHMI grants to Universities, Community Colleges, Research Institutes have an outreach component (Partnering institutions) Other Grants or Funding Sources: - Toshiba Tapestry Grants - State Grants/CTE - Local companies - National companies Target, Starbucks, McDonalds Fundraising Activities: - Family Science Night - Genes in a Bottle Teaching Resources - Grant Writing Information - Grantors and Directories
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17 Finding Funds for Biotechnology Studies Grant Writing Workshop
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18 Genes in a Bottle™ Kit pGLO™ Bacterial Transformation Kit Green Fluorescent Protein Chromatography Kit Secrets of the Rainforest™ Kit Size Exclusion Chromatography Kit Got Protein?™ Kit Microbes and Health Kit Introductory Biofuel Enzyme Kit - NEW ELISA Immuno Explorer™ Kit Forensic DNA Fingerprinting Kit Analysis of Precut Lambda DNA Kit Restriction Digestion & Analysis of Lambda DNA Kit pGLO Kit SDS-PAGE Extension Crime Scene Investigator PCR Basics™ Kit* Intermediate Comparative Proteomics Kit I: Protein Profiler Module Comparative Proteomics Kit II: Western Blot Module PV92 PCR Informatics Kit GMO Investigator™ Kit* Real-Time PCR Applications Cloning and Sequencing Explorer Series Advanced
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19 Building Step by Step Equipment What equipment do I have? What equipment do I need? What is my budget? Year to Year Growth Plan: What equipment will allow you to grow your program with time?
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