This paper describes the project "Biotech a Scuola" ("Biotech at School"), financed by the Italian Ministry of Education within the SeT program (Special Project for Scientific-Technological Education). The project involved the University of Siena, five senior and junior secondary schools in the Siena area, and a private company. Twenty-three teachers from diverse fields and 318 students from 15 classes were involved. The aim of the project was to improve scientific-technological teaching by providing schools with the support and materials necessary to understand some fundamental aspects of biotechnology. With this project we propose a model of close cooperation among various educational sectors with the goal of teaching junior and senior high school students some of the theory and practice of modern biotechnology.

Santucci, A., Mini, R., Ferro, E.M.P., Martelli, P., Trabalzini, L. (2004). Innovative tools for scientific and technological education in Italian secondary schools. BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY EDUCATION, 32(2), 78-83 [10.1002/bmb.2004.494032020317].

Innovative tools for scientific and technological education in Italian secondary schools.

SANTUCCI, ANNALISA;FERRO, ELISA MARIA PAOLA;MARTELLI, PAOLA;TRABALZINI, LORENZA
2004-01-01

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This paper describes the project "Biotech a Scuola" ("Biotech at School"), financed by the Italian Ministry of Education within the SeT program (Special Project for Scientific-Technological Education). The project involved the University of Siena, five senior and junior secondary schools in the Siena area, and a private company. Twenty-three teachers from diverse fields and 318 students from 15 classes were involved. The aim of the project was to improve scientific-technological teaching by providing schools with the support and materials necessary to understand some fundamental aspects of biotechnology. With this project we propose a model of close cooperation among various educational sectors with the goal of teaching junior and senior high school students some of the theory and practice of modern biotechnology.
Santucci, A., Mini, R., Ferro, E.M.P., Martelli, P., Trabalzini, L. (2004). Innovative tools for scientific and technological education in Italian secondary schools. BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY EDUCATION, 32(2), 78-83 [10.1002/bmb.2004.494032020317].
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