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Published by Lab-Aids, Inc., 2021-02-03 17:57:52

2020 Catalog High School

2020 Catalog High School

Proven Science Programs

20HIGH SCHOOL
20FULL-YEAR CURRICULUM

& UNITS CATALOG

THE RESEARCH-BASED DESIGN PROCESS

Science Education Field Testing Scientist Review
Research
Initial drafts and equipment Content reviews by scientists
This provides the research prototypes are tested in working in the specific field of
classrooms across the country. each unit make sure our materials
background for our pedagogical reflect up-to-date scientific
knowledge and research.
approach.

Educator Feedback External Evaluations

We address input from teachers, In some cases, external evaluators
students, and education experts conduct reviews of student
before the program is learning based on pre and
commercially published. post-assessments of field test
versions.

Initial Program Off to Lab-Aids for
Development final production and
distribution.
Lesson sequences are tried
out in local schools by project
staff, to create a version
suitable for national testing.

OUR PARTNERS

SEPUP designs issue-oriented curricula for secondary science
classrooms. The instructional materials present standards-
based science content in the context of personal and societal
issues. These issues range from personal medical issues, such as
whether to be tested for a genetic disease, to societal issues
such as the sustainable use of resources.

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variety of settings.

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facilitators of student learning and as educational leaders within
their communities by having them share in the development,
implementation, and assessment of issue-oriented science
materials and programs.

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this program students learn the science to understand how
chemistry is relevant to their lives.

The developers saw an opportunity in chemistry curricula,
with students using college books that were written at the
wrong reading level for them, emphasizing problem-solving
without spending enough time on conceptualizing the big
picture of chemistry. They felt chemistry instruction needed
examples in order to make connections with students, it must
be experienced at an appropriate level, and it must be relevant
to their lives. In the end the program aims to teach students by
posing a question, showing them how to investigate and solve
problems without giving them the answers.

EDC: Earth Science is an initiative between the Oceans of
Data Institute and the Learning and Teaching Division at the
Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC). For more than
50 years, EDC has been a leader in efforts to solve a wide
range of educational, health, and social problems and is
recognized for the high quality of its program and product
development, research, technical assistance, and professional
and organizational development.
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build critical data-using skills.

TESTIMONIALS AND TWEETS

Rodger Lawson Kathryn Eller

@lawson_rodger @KathrynEller3

SEPUP’s best lab ever. What High School #scienceteachers enjoy
happens to the waste?? learning how to use $20,000 worth of
lab stations and e-resources provided
and trained by @labaids and funded
through a grant awarded to @ebec_ri
by @USnavyresearch. Johnston, Cran-
ston and Coventry High Schools and
Tourtellotte Memorial HS, CT

10:08 PM · Nov 2, 2019 8:06 PM · Oct 28, 2019

Diana Pierscinski Rebels SOS - Seriously
Obsessed with Science
@MrsPierscinski
@crscienceteach
Students continue to learn about
mutations. They followed the inheritance Light Station Wave Reflection
of a hemoglobin mutation through 2 Lab. So fun! @SEPUP_UCB
generations. They learned the positives @STEMuClaytion @AmyWindus
and negatives to the sickle cell gene #mycrcs
(sickle cell anemic vs. carrier) and the
effects malaria has on them. @LarsonMS
@SEPUP_UCB

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Audrey Braun Toby McDonald Chou

@MissBraunWMS @sciencewithtoby

Creating a clay model of some organs The role of CO in photosynthesis is the
and structures of the body. Following 2
our guiding question of “what do we
know about structures, such as organs, hardest for Ss to grasp since they can’t see
in the human body?” @weldre4instruct it. BTB makes CO visible. Next, Ss will design
@Weld4 @LabAids #science
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an investigation to test if light is necessary
for this phenomenon to occur. @LabAids
@SEPUP_UCB @NGSSphenomena #NGSS

4:30 PM · Oct 3, 2019 12:45 PM · Mar 20, 2019

Tammy Gilbert Marie Chick Woodman

@TGilb10 @ChickWoodman

Hiding in the background, 8th Grade Science Teachers
toothpick worm model. SEPUP. exploring their new units!
@bpbroncos @troyschools @LabAids #SEPUP



10:31 AM · Apr 15, 2019 10:04 PM · Oct 22, 2019

“I use Science and Global Issues: Biology designed at
@SEPUP_UCB and supported by @LabAids. Hands down the
best HS Biology curriculum out there! Naturally 3 dimensional
& phenomena-based before we even knew it was cool!”

— Ginny Rehberg

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Meet a Few of Our Coaches

All of our coaches have extensive practice in the classroom with their PD curriculum and are
either currently teaching or directly involved with students and local districts.

Virginia has taught at Tacoma Public Schools for 21 years as a high school
science teacher and NGSS Biology Lead Teacher. In addition to being
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presented at numerous regional and national conferences. Virginia says the
best thing about leading PD is that A-HA moment! When you get that with
teachers, you know they will take that learning back to the kids.

Virginia Rehberg, Tacoma Public Schools, WASHINGTON

In his 20 years as a Biology teacher Brian has written & received numerous
grants, participated in several NSF-funded projects, and worked for the

Delaware Dept. of Ed. Brian’s favorite PD conversations to lead are about
supporting student literacy through science.

Brian Gross, Delcastle Technical High School, DELAWARE

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Technology Coach, Brandon has used his real world experience to
help chemistry content come alive. Brandon loves doing professional
development because it allows him to connect with other educators around
the country to learn and share new ideas.

Brandon Watters, Vernon Hills High School, ILLINOIS

Lisa earned a Ph.D. in Science Education with emphasis on Curriculum &

Instruction and Nature of Science after a career in teaching. She is now a

Professor and Department Chair of Science Education. Lisa most enjoys
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I felt at ease after our PDLisa Martin-Hansen, California State University, Long Beach, CALIFORNIA7KH 3' KDV EHHQ ²UVW Thank you for your generous
knowing my teachers will rate; even teachers who support during our last
be well-prepared to start were reluctant left feeling professional learning session!
the year strong. Though that the time was well Nearly 40 Biology teachers
I have taught SEPUP spent. The knowledgeable attended the all day session.
already, I learned new staff even helped us to You and your presenters
things that will help me customize the curriculum offered the teachers ample
improve as a teacher and to our state standards opportunity to experience the
learning as both student and
department leader. while maintaining the teacher. The experience and

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START WITH A GREAT INSTRUMENT

“In Developing Inquiry-Based Science Materials (2001),
Herb Thier and Bennett Daviss report a wonderful story
about a Harvard professor who developed an interest in
the acoustics of violins. As part of a study he collected a
variety of violins, ranging from the cheapest violin to the
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screen in a concert hall and assembled an audience.
Yehudi Menuhin, a world-famous violinist, stood behind
the screen and played each of the violins for the group.
The professor asked the audience to select the best-
sounding violin of the collection.

To the professor’s amazement, each violin received
about the same number of votes. Upon expressing
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WHAT MAKES IT A PROGRAM?

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Lab-Aids high school programs combine components to make a
system for learning. Lab equipment and materials are as important as
the well-written investigations and readings. Both are needed to make
the unit storyline come alive for students.

Real-world issues Complete equipment
make the content packages support
relevant up to 160 students

Intentional lesson High quality materials
sequencing drives concept designed for re-use
and skill development. year after year.

• Issue-based storyline • Highly organized drawers

• Integrated literacy strategies • Groups or partners; not demos

• Three-dimensional learning • Minimal consumable cost

• Field-tested • Various activity types

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Lab notebooks are used in each lesson to guide students and help
make the learning their own. Online teacher portals are included
and provide a variety of tools to make teaching easier.

Built-in literacy Teacher resources
strategies support provide support now
diverse learners and in the future

Use of the Lab-Aids Designed for
Science Lab Notebook is continued professional
highly recommended. development.

• Embedded writing frames • Universal platform

• Reinforced by notebook use • Editable PowerPoint slides

• Support for Common Core • Interactive assessment

• Supports differentiated lessons

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SEPUP

SEPUP designs issue-oriented curricula for secondary science
classrooms. The curriculum materials present standardsbased
science content in the context of personal and societal issues.
These issues range from personal medical issues, such as whether
to be tested for a genetic disease, to societal issues such as the
sustainable use of resources.
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their communities by having them share in the development,
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High School

Biology

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SCIENCE & GLOBAL ISSUES: BIOLOGY SECOND EDITION

SCIENCE AND GLOBAL ISSUES: BIOLOGY (SGI: Biology)
makes biology come to life in your classroom. Students see
how their studies relate to their own lives and how it impacts
their environment and the planet. Field tested in classrooms
across the country, the activities in SGI: Biology have a proven
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SGI Biology supports many of the Next Generation Science
Standards and provides built-in literacy strategies and
assessments.

SGI: Biology may be purchased as a full-year discipline based
program in one hard bound book or as units to create a
customized scope and sequence (on the following pages).

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• Assign homework and communicate with students
• Note taking & highlighting for students
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• Integrated, online assessment system
• Editable PowerPoints for each lesson
• Single Sign-On (SSO) available

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COMPLETE EQUIPMENT PACKAGE (materials [except electrophoresis chambers] SGI-B2TETR $235.00
for up to 5 classes of 32 students, mobile storage cart, Online Portal access for SGI-P011 $257.50
one teacher which includes assessments, PowerPoints, online Teacher Edition and SLN-1 $8.95
Resources, online Student Book, and supplemental resources) $6,041.05
ONLINE PORTAL FOR STUDENTS (online subscription to online book, student SGI-BH2000
sheets, supplemental resources)
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PROGRAM COMPONENTS

Individual components combine to form
a complete learning system.

• Student book that seamlessly integrates
investigations, labs, and readings into
the context of the issue’s storyline

• Equipment to carry out each embedded
activity for 5 classes of 32 students (in
groups of four, pairs or individuals)

• Online student and teacher
bookshelf portals

• Student Science Lab notebook

Materials needed for embedded labs and activities
are part of the Complete Equipment Package

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SUSTAINABILITY

Over-arching Issue: How can a sustainability plan be developed for a
community that will balance the interests of all of the
stakeholders?

One of the most critical global issues of our time is how to live in ways that will sustain our planet’s systems
and resources. In this introductory unit to Science and Global Issues: Biology, you will identify sustainability
challenges in towns, countries, and larger regions around the world. You will learn about communities that
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Core Science Content: Ecological systems resiliency, resource use and availability, ecological footprint,
making sustainable decisions

Key Assessment Task: Describe the proposal idea you voted for and state the major evidence that most
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Online Portal access for one teacher which includes assessments, PowerPoints, online SGI-BA-2TETR $120.75
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ECOLOGY: LIVING ON EARTH

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sustainable?

Understanding the complex web of relationships within ecosystems is essential to understanding their
sustainability. In this unit students examine a variety of ecological issues including the impact of human
activities on ecosystems. They see the results of pollution in an area vital to organisms, and learn about
invasive species and their impact on established ecosystems. Students then recommend actions to
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photosynthesis and respiration

Key Assessment Task: “How do you think it would affect the ecosystem if the communities near
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CELL BIOLOGY: WORLD HEALTH

Over-arching Issue: How should we assist developing countries face public health
challenges from preventable disease? What are the social,
economic, and environmental trade-offs?

Understanding the mechanisms of a disease is essential to our ability to prevent, eradicate, or cure them. In
this unit, students examine several diseases and their social, environmental, and economic consequences. They
learn about the mechanism of these diseases at the cellular level and investigate the structures and functions of
normal cells and the processes that occur inside these cells. At the end of the unit, they make recommendations
for how best to allocate limited funding to address world health problems.

Core Science Content: Structure and function of animal and plant cells, cell specialization, basic biochemistry,
disease-causing microbes

Key Assessment Task: “Describe how you think the limited funds from the foundation should best be distributed
among the proposals. For example, should all of the proposals receive equal funding, should all of the proposals
receive some funding but with some getting more than others, or should one or two receive all of the funding?
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GENETICS: FEEDING THE WORLD

Over-arching Issue: What evidence can inform our decisions about producing
and using GMO food crops?

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consequences for the environment and/or human health. In this unit, students investigate how genes and
patterns of inheritance function in organisms over generations. They also learn the procedures and results
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