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Archive of SEPGuides (5.1.2017): SEP Teachers 2015

Introduction

Welcome 2015 cohort!

2015 Cohort Photo

Micropipet use: recommended FLIP resource

Short and accurate training video for using a micropipet.

Source: University of Leicester.

YouTube URL:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEy_NGDfo_8

Summer Session lab documents from SEP kits

The first three links connect to SEPGuides pages for the relevant SEP kit. Cohort teachers are to prepare flow charts for DNA Lab #2 and the Bacterial Transformation Lab before July 13. Flow charts are intended to be mostly icons and cartoon-like drawings with minimal text. Hand drawn is great!

Molecular Biology (Bact TX, DNA digest) FLIP Resource Pearson Education

Workshop Documents/Program Documents

We are using this space to post relevant documents for the 2015 cohort workshops. Remind us if things are missing that you expected to see.

Clicking the link will download the document.

Click here for journaling examples.

Documents to be added

Program Requirements from Uber.

Press release

Press links

Lead Teachers 2015-16

Greg Ballog, South Whidbey High School

Kim Dinh, Chief Sealth High School

Mike Fellows, Lakewood High School

Dawn Rubstello, Garfield High School

Documents with a short biography plus a chart of expertise are in the workshop documents section above.

Cohort Map 2015

2015 Cohort Participants & Lead Teachers

This space has information about SEP's 2015 Teacher Cohort.

2015 SCIENCE EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP PARTICIPANTS

*Denotes lead teacher (part of SEP faculty)

 

coming soon

Solutions and Dilutions FLIP Resources

Bloodborne Pathogen Training

This year we are including Bloodborne Pathogen training at the beginning of the Summer Session. This is a one hour training intended to provide basic information. Even if you are not working with blood or potentially infectious materials, others in the research labs may be. Hepatitis B vaccine is recommended for anyone working with such samples.  Rhonda Ellis, Occupational Health Nurse at Fred Hutch, will conduct the training and offer access to the vaccine series.

We are providing two jumpstart resources--a slide deck used at Fred Hutch and links to BBP online training from Oklahoma State University. In addition, the Fred Hutch document with information about the Hep B vaccine series is included. Please read the form and complete it. We will also have copies available here.

Many of you may have already had the vaccine series (series of 3). We encourage you to bring your vaccination records for a quick check here. The vaccine series will be offered. You may decline to have the vaccine, but we are required to provide you this information and offer the vaccine.