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 HIV/AIDS worldwide.
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 groups.
The Koshland Science Museum has developed a webquest aimed at middle and high school students which focuses on global climate change. The Global Warming Webquest presents a fictitious scenario in which students play various roles as they try to determine how and why the global climate has changed and what role humans play in causing and responding to these changes.
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