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Title: BiobuilderR to teach synthetic biology in high school and early college settings


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BiobuilderR to teach synthetic biology in high
school and early college settings
  • 09.26.10
  • NKuldell and JDixon
  • SynBERC Retreat

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Adventures then biobuilder
Visitors to the website self-navigate within
five topic areas to relevant animations,
podcasts, primary journal articles, and news
reports
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biobuilding curriculum
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biobuilding essay assignments
  • Promise and Perils
  • Design

Do the potential contributions to society warrant
the potential risks inherent in synthetic
biology?
Identify a problem or challenge that can be
addressed through synthetic biology, then design
a system to solve it.
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biobuilding hands-on activities
  • Eau that smell
  • Picture this
  • iTune
  • What a colorful world

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biobuilding hands-on activities
  • Eau that smell
  • Picture this

s54 inverter
s70
  • iTune
  • What a colorful world

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biobuilding hands-on activities
  • Eau that smell
  • Picture this

s54 inverter
s70
  • iTune
  • What a colorful world

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biobuilding hands-on activities
  • Eau that smell
  • Picture this

s54 inverter
s70
  • iTune
  • What a colorful world

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biobuilding hands-on activities
  • Eau that smell
  • Picture this

s54 inverter
s70
  • iTune
  • What a colorful world

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biobuilding hands-on activities
  • Eau that smell
  • iTune

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Variations for resource-strapped schools
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Please help with the next steps
  • Dissemination
  • Point teachers you know in this direction
  • Teacher training, summer 2011 (volunteers?)
  • Development
  • New labs and topic ideas always welcome
  • Facebook/Twitter help
  • Support OWW where content is housed

If all goes well, project will outgrow my
lab Send thoughts on how to grow this resource
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Sincere thanks to many!
Adventures/animations team Drew Endy Isadora
Deese Reshma Shetty Rebecca Adams MIT SBWG Chuck
Wadey
Jim Dixon and his adventurous seniors at
Sharon HS
Animated StoryBoards team Ezra Krauz Berhan
Dagnew Dan Pack
Website team Chris DeFrancesco Max Antinori Jenny
Nguyen
Lab Content Justin Buck Ginkgo Bioworks iGEM
teams around the world
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Conceptual Framework for Education and Public
Outreach
Informal Education (typically in a unique
situation)
Public Outreach (typically while at home)
Formal Education (typically in a classroom)
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A
B
C
D
E
Marketing
News Media Support
Smaller audience More contact time Deeper
understanding
Larger audience Low contact time Shallow
understanding
from Morrow (2000) Space Science Institute
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Most web-based course catalogs that I have
surfed through seem like they were designed using
an original Commodore 64
  • My dream course catalog would include
  • Reliable and relevant search function
  • Metadata, e.g. content tags
  • CMS integration (link to profs bio research?)
  • Multimedia (sample lecture video?)
  • Course Matrices to showcase relationship of class
    with other academic programs
  • Accessible from mobile device

Please know that in 2010 it is, in this authors
opinion, unacceptable to publish a course catalog
as a gigantic and unwieldy PDF. Furthermore,
please save trees. Course catalogs do not need to
be printed. Web-based catalogs are more
efficient, more accessible, and are not the
future, they are the present.
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