Bacterial Transformation with a NGSS Twist

Saturday, October 28 2017

Join the Bay Area community of bioscience teachers for a day of hands-on learning and collaboration in bringing to your students a NGSS-ized Bacterial Transformation experiment.

REGISTER HERE

  • This event is free, but to reserve a seat please pay a $25 refundable fee.  It will be returned to you upon arrival.
  • A $50 teacher stipend will be given to all teachers who attend
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided

Location

City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus
1125 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

Transportation

  • BART: 2 blocks from the Mission & 24th Station
  • Driving: Parking fees will be reimbursed by BABEC when parking at the Mission-Bartlett Garage

Time

  • Saturday, October 28, 2017
  • 8:30am – 3:30pm
  • Please plan to arrive at 8:30am for a breakfast and networking. Workshop will start promptly at 9:00am
Kitty MeiBacterial Transformation with a NGSS Twist

Getting Started with Bioscience Lab Skills

Saturday, October 7 2017

Join the Bay Area community of bioscience teachers for a day of hands-on learning and collaboration. You will learn the basics of micropipetting and electrophoresis – key skills that are needed to teach molecular biology to your students.

REGISTER HERE

  • This event is free, but to reserve a seat please pay a $25 refundable fee.  It will be returned to you upon arrival.
  • A $50 teacher stipend will be given to all teachers who attend
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided
  • Attendance is limited to active high school and community college teachers only

Location

City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus
1125 Valencia Street, Room 364
San Francisco, CA 94110

Transportation

  • BART: 2 blocks from the Mission & 24th Station
  • Driving: Parking fees will be reimbursed by BABEC when parking at the Mission-Bartlett Garage

Time

  • Saturday, October 7, 2017
  • 8:30am – 3:30pm
  • Please plan to arrive at 8:30am for a breakfast and networking. Workshop will start promptly at 9:00am

Note: If you teach in San Mateo County, please contact Anne Gearheart at anne@babec.org

Kitty MeiGetting Started with Bioscience Lab Skills

January 28, 2017

 

REGISTER HERE

  • This event is free, but to reserve a seat please pay a $25 refundable fee.  It will be returned to you upon arrival.
  • A $50 teacher stipend will be given to all teachers who attend
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided
  • Attendance is limited to active high school and community college teachers only

Location

City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus
1125 Valencia Street, Room 364
San Francisco, CA 94110

Transportation

  • BART: 2 blocks from the Mission & 24th Station
  • Driving: Parking fees will be reimbursed by BABEC when parking at the Mission-Bartlett Garage

Time

  • Saturday, January 28, 2017
  • 8:30am – 3:00pm
  • Please plan to arrive at 8:30am for a breakfast and networking. Workshop will start promptly at 9:00am
Kristen WolslegelJanuary 28, 2017

Introduction to Teaching Biotech

Bring biotech into YOUR classroom!
Do you want to teach biotech to your students? Come to our informative hands-on workshop uniquely designed for new teachers and veterans who want a refresh. Learn from experienced teachers how to use equipment, deliver curriculum aligned with NGSS, and strategies for classroom management.  Registration is FREE for all active teachers in grades 9-12.  

Part 1, October 7 & 8:  REGISTER HERE
Part 2, October 22:  REGISTER HERE

Biotech is my future and is seriously rad.
– San Mateo High School Senior

Rachael WebsterIntroduction to Teaching Biotech

23andMe: Modernizing Genetics in the Classroom

Come learn from the industry’s best in personalized genomics! The 23andMe academic team will demonstrate how you can use their resources to enrich your biology curriculum and make molecular biology interactive, current, and fun!
WHEN
Saturday, January 30th, 2016, 9am-12pm
WHERE
Skyline College, Room 7106
Full agenda coming soon. College credit available from Saint Mary’s College. This event is free for active BABEC educators, thanks to the generous support of Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy.

gretchen@18east.com23andMe: Modernizing Genetics in the Classroom

Introduction to PCR

 Workshop Photo Gallery: See how much fun we had!

Learn how to introduce your students to PCR, issues of identity, and issues of privacy. In this lab module, you will learn how to perform this experiment and guide your students to success! This lab is recommended as a first PCR lab for high school students.
LEARN HOW TO TEACH
– DNA Isolation
– PCR
– Electrophoresis
– Bioinformatics
WHEN
Saturday, December 5th, 2015, 9am-3pm
WHERE
Skyline College, Room 7204
Full agenda coming soon. College credit available from Saint Mary’s College. This event is free for active BABEC educators, thanks to the generous support of Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy.

gretchen@18east.comIntroduction to PCR