From the National Library of Medicine, instructional resources for educators in middle-, high-school and higher education institutions. The resources provide instructional guides and materials that an educator may adapt, in whole or in part, for student interest, level, and academic goals.
A series of teaching modules developed by NHGRI. The modules include specific teaching plans to present the history, facts and genetic terminology behind the Human Genome Project, and the ethical, legal and social questions surrounding the discoveries and advancements of this research.
A resource created to help people without scientific backgrounds understand the terms and concepts used in genetic research. Students, teachers and parents will find the glossary an easy-to-use, always available learning source on genetics.
2006 Slide Show
Topics covered: From DNA to Function, How Proteins are Made 1, How DNA Influences who You Are, Making SNPs Make Sense 2, Current and Future Genome Research, Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in Genome Research.
1 Contains an animated presentation explaining precisely how a protein is created. 2 Contains an animated presentation explaining Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs).