Teachers of STEM and STEM-adjacent subjects may want to check out this collection of educator resources from the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR). Visitors to NWABR's Teacher Center will find an archive of fully developed curricula, lessons, rubrics, and other materials on topics relevant to biomedical science. These include fundamentals such as Bioethics 101, which was compiled from NWABR's comprehensive Ethics Primer containing strategies for incorporating ethics into classroom discussions, as well as curricula on specific topics like stem cell research, HIV vaccines, and bioinformatics. The full curricula are available as PDFs and individual lessons often include PowerPoint slides and supplementary material. While most of these resources were developed with middle and high school students in mind, instructors of a variety of grade levels may find NWABR's offerings helpful. Based in Seattle, NWABR is a regional organization that aspires "to promote the public's trust in biomedical research and its ethical conduct" through education and dialogue.
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