Biology in a Box — The Movie!

In this video about Biology in Box, you’ll discover how the program helps kids from kindergarten to 12th grade learn about the wonders of the natural world, while also learning the scientific methods and math skills needed to understand that world. NIMBioS has added quantitative exercises into the ten hands-on, inquiry-based life science units, with more under development. Many activities are now useful for teaching both applied mathematics and life science, and the connections between the two. The video features interviews with 7th grade science students, middle school science teacher Gale Stanley, Biology in a Box founder and UT professor Susan Riechert, and Production Manager JR Jones. For more information about how to enroll in the program for your school, visit

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