BioMedical Sciences engages students in hands-on activities, projects, labs, and problems that inspire them to reimagine their future like never before. Our students in Project Lead the Way's BioMedical Sciences Program are learning some of the advanced basics that will transform them from curious and engaged students into knowledgeable and creative health care problem solvers for the 21st Century!
Whether discovering new cancer treatments or teaching healthy lifestyle choices to their communities, today’s biomedical science professionals are tackling big challenges to make the world a better place.
PLTW Biomedical Science students are taking on these same real-world challenges – and they’re doing it before they even graduate from high school. Working with the same tools used by professionals in hospitals and labs, students engage in compelling, hands-on activities and work together to find solutions to problems. Students take from the courses in-demand knowledge and skills they will use in high school and for the rest of their lives, on any career path they take.
Baseplates are the foundation of a great presentation when it comes to LEGOs building. We obtained a lot of LEGOs and received some additional donations so now we have plenty of LEGOs to let the students' imaginations run wild. We need baseplates to allow for a better showcasing of these students' work.
Base plates provide a foundation and prevent models from rolling off the table or being knocked off the table.
Every student wants a base plate to make their model better. We need more to make sure that multiple classes have multiple base plates available for their work.
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