Join Lab-Aids at the Hoosier Association of Science Teachers, Inc. Conference on February 18th, 2024 in Indianapolis, Indiana!

Make sure to mark your calendars to attend our workshops and stop by our booth to talk us.


Exploring a Learning Sequence about Patterns in Species Diversity
From Science and Global Issues: Biology
Date: 2/19 | Time: 11:00-11:45a  |  Location: Indianapolis D

Learning Sequences to drive phenomena through a unit is one way to help students understand the content. In this model activity from a new Lab-Aids program: Science and Global Issues: Biology, developed by SEPUP, you will use data to investigate how abiotic factors and species diversity are related.


Chemical Reactions: Recovering Copper from Waste Solutions
From Issues and Science: Redesigned for the NGSS
Date: 2/20| Time: 11:00-11:45a  |  Location: Indianapolis A

What happens to my cell phone when I throw it away? Come explore this interactive session that examines the real-life issue of circuit board waste. Students investigate the use of reactions with three metals for reducing copper waste and reclaiming copper from a used copper etching solution. Students use data from their investigation and text sources to develop an evidence-based argument for which metal is the best choice for recovering copper from the waste solution.

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