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Tuesday, June 16 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
The Texas Biotechnology Pathway

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In 2009, TEA approved several existing CTE courses for 4th year science credit, one of them being Advanced Biotechnology 130.363. This opened new options for science teachers to engage students in technology applications with the support, training, and funding from the TEA CTE department while fulfilling graduation requirements for all graduation plans. This session will provide information on how to start your own biotechnology program. Additional information on teacher biotechnology certification and training, classroom resources, and the new entry-level certificate being offered to Texas high school students will also be discussed, as well as the status of the addition of a new biotechnology course (Biotechnology 2) to the CTE catalog.

Presenter(s)
avatar for Jennifer Lazare

Jennifer Lazare

science teacher, Austin Community College/AISD
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Angela Wheeler

Assistant Professor, Biotechnology, Austin Community College
awheeler@austincc.edu


Tuesday June 16, 2015 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Sabine Lower Level

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