Overview of SEE Modules
The Baliga Lab at ISB has been translating its integrated systems biology research into user-friendly curriculum modules since 2004 through the program, Systems Education Experiences (SEE). By forming collaborative teams comprised of scientists, educators and students, today's research and methods have become hands-on, accessible activities. These activities provide authentic science investigations that engage students and bridge the distance between the professional lab and the classroom.
Each module, and the lessons within the modules, can be completed independently or together in a classroom. Each SEE Module bundles between 3 days and 5 weeks of content for high school classrooms. All modules work toward helping students internalize interdisciplinary STEM concepts and the skills of research and systems biology. Systems thinking, collaboration, experimentation and problem-solving are key components of these learning experiences. The modules purposefully weave together multiple Next Generation Science Standards through researching real-world phenomena. Please see our Standards Addressed page for compiled information and each of our individual lesson pages for specific standards addressed. See our Systems Thinkers in STEM pages for information on how to integrate career connections into our modules. See our home page for more general information on our program.
How to Navigate through these Webpages to Access SEE Modules and Lesson Plans
Hover over module icons to view a short description and launch the module. Use the navigation sidebar to navigate between the unit plan and lessons. Please contact us if you want guidance on how to use adapted lessons within these modules for remote or at-home learning environments - firstname.lastname@example.org.