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ryan_m
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on 1/21/2007 22:33 PM   
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I found an interesting package on of the web pages of the Canadian Stem Cell Network.
(taken from the link above)
These materials, which accompany the ENGAGE: Stem Cells Teachers Guide, are the resource materials needed to complete this high school teaching module. The Ethics Resources can be used throughout the module. The Activity Plan gives an overview of how the module can be implemented, with day-by-day objectives and activities. The remaining materials are divided into five days, respectively needed to complete the activities for that day.


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