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View Resource How Do Antiretroviral Drugs Work?

The purpose of this classroom activity is engage students in studying the HIV viral infection pathway in a human cell. Students will study the life cycle using scientific thought processes in small...

http://www.koshland-science-museum.org/teach/show/1/how_do_a...
View Resource Genetic Disease

A webquest with virtual field trips and educational activities for middle and high school science students on genetic disease.

http://www.koshland-science-museum.org/teachers/wq-dna-gd001...
View Resource Infectious Disease

A webquest with virtual field trips and educational activities for middle and high school science students on infectious disease.

http://www.koshland-science-museum.org/teachers/wq-id_bf_001...
View Resource Controlling HIV Pandemic

A classroom activity. Just 25 years since it was first reported, HIV/AIDS has become one of the world's greatest public health crises. More than 39 million people are estimated to be living with...

http://www.koshland-science-museum.org/teach/show/17/control...
View Resource Science Fairs 2.0

This free, standards-based, online publication, developed for middle school science teachers, explores science fairs.

http://wiki.nsdl.org/index.php/MSP:MiddleSchoolPortal/Scienc...
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