NSTA Teams With Court TV to Bring Forensics Into the Science Classroom  

Capitalizing on the groundswell of interest in forensic science series such as CSI and Forensic Files, NSTA has teamed with Court TV to develop exciting new curriculum units on forensic science for middle and high school students. The units help students solve intriguing mysteries by using real science, including biology, chemistry, and physics. The two new units are now available free as part of Court TV's award-winning Forensics in the Classroom (FIC) educational science initiative, developed in partnership with the American Academy of Forensic Science. The units are ideal for forensics, chemistry, biology, and physics classes.


To read an NSTA WebNews Digest story about the forensic units, go to http://www.nsta.org/main/news/stories/nsta_story.php?news_story_ID=48693.

To download the new curriculum, go to
<http://www.nsta.org/resources>  
or
<http://www.courttv.com/forensics_curriculum> .

Posted 22 October 2003

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