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View Resource TeachNet

Lesson plans on a variety of topics, holiday activities, teaching tools, and much more.

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View Resource The Mining Company Guide to Elementary Educators

How to be an elementary school teacher, with tips, activities, lesson plans, etc.

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View Resource Is it Cloning? Or Not?

In What is Cloning? and Click and Clone, we explored different approaches used by researchers to clone mammals. Although cloning is one type of technology used in reproduction, not all...

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View Resource What are Some Issues in Cloning?

We saw in What are the Risks of Cloning? that the success rate in cloning is quite low. Even if we can increase the odds of success, problems can arise during the clone's development, both before and...

http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/tech/cloning/clissues...
View Resource Education and Research: Classroom and Curricula

Learning about sustainable agriculture issues can start at any age. Check here for instructional books, teaching aids, course outlines, support organizations and other teaching resources for all...

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