In the Classroom

LAB SAFETY


Guidelines for Biosafety in Teaching Laboratories
Biosafety guidelines for working with microorganisms. These guidelines are brief by design for ease of use and provide educators with a clear and consistent way to safely work with microorganisms in the teaching laboratory.

Lab Protocols for Educators:
These lab protocols each contain standard laboratory tests and include the procedural steps as well as the purpose, theory, history, safety considerations, tips and comments, and references.

TEACHING METHODS AND TOOLS


Students as Research Collaborators
Archived webinar (Adobe Connect)
Aligning Concepts, Learning Outcomes and Assessments
Learn important concepts for undergraduate general microbiology courses and empower your students with skills such as critical thinking, written/oral communication and quantitative reasoning.
Managing Your Data
Adobe Connect

K-12 RESOURCES


Careers in Microbiology
Microbiologists are scientists who study living organisms and infectious agents, such as bacteria and viruses, that can only be seen with a microscope. Learn more about a variety of jobs in microbiology.

Lesson Plans
These lessons and activities bring concepts in microbiology to K-12 students. Our newest lessons follow the BSCS 5E learning cycle and are aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).

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