My students need Biological Transformation Kits in order to get hands-on biotechnology experience.
This project expired on September 5, 2018.
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My school in southern Mississippi is the center of a community devastated by Hurricane Katrina. While, finances are not abundant, you won't find a better group of loving people full of southern hospitality!
My dual credit biology students are ready and willing to be challenged to be top notch global citizens!
They want to take their strong sense of community into the world and break the chains of poverty by attending college. They exhibit grit and passion daily and I am so proud to be their teacher.
In order to be competitive in the world of science, my students must be able to use science technology. Genetic transformation is at the forefront of scientific research and my students want to be able to contribute to scientific inquiry.
Experiencing biotechnology labs first-hand will allow my students to go to college at a level that will help them get involved in labs and research.
My students will be able to engage in the scientific inquiry process at a level that challenges them and prepares them for their future. The best way to learn science is to experience it and this lab will provide that opportunity. My students will use the genetic transformation lab materials and actively participate in a biotechnology lab themselves. They will go through the scientific research process for a lab that is relevant to what is happening in scientific industry research. My goal is that my students can envision themselves as scientists not just students.
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