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Scientists as Educators

Guidelines for Great Presentations - The National Human Genome Research Institute provides guidlines for scientists on how to make successful classroom presentations. (National Human Genome Research Institute)
NIEHS Classroom Activities for Scientists - Find simple strategies and activities that you can use effectively communicate complex ideas on toxicology to students. (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)
NIEHS Scientist Resource Materials - Draw from an array of current information to tie into your classroom presentation, to make it real and timely for the students. (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)
Passing the Torch - Provides three compelling reasons for scientists to become involved in science education. (National Human Genome Research Institute)
Tips for Scientists Making Presentations to High School Students - Tips for scientists who are planning to make presentations to high school students. (National Human Genome Research Institute)
Understand Your Role in Science Education - Information about how scientists can share their knowledge, expertise and experience and bring life to high school science. (National Human Genome Research Institute)

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