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Moving genes

Moving genes

How do we solve the problems created by 9 billion people? How will we feed 9 billion on about the same amount of land? An introduction to genetic engineering through hands-on and modeling activities that illustrate concepts, which will scaffold student understanding for lab activities to follow, especially focused on the use of bacteria.

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Central dogma: an integration of science and art

Central dogma: an integration of science and art

How does DNA code become an expressed trait? Do your students struggle to understand the “central dogma” of biology? Are you looking for innovative teaching techniques? This unit is an integrated art and science project to teach transcription and …

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Science and art make great partners

Science and art make great partners

A GrowNextGen teacher leader working at the Fort Hayes Career Center (part of Columbus City Schools) has partnered with two arts-integration education specialists to merge microbiology and visual art in …

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Summer outreach builds GrowNextGen community

GrowNextGen.org exists to equip Ohio’s science and agriscience teachers with tools and resources to connect agriculture and science in the classroom and to educate students about careers in sc…

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New beginning for unique FFA chapter

New beginning for unique FFA chapter

Where are students learning about agriculture and farming? Thanks to the efforts of two dedicated teachers, agriculture students can now be found in a somewhat unexpected urban setting. Columbus City …