Teaching the Genome Generation - 2020 Teacher Story Sharing Project

What makes Teaching the Genome Generation (TtGG) a success is our passionate teachers and incredible students. We want to provide this opportunity for you to share a personal story from your own TtGG experience that highlights the importance of teaching genomics to the next generation. Throughout the year, The Jackson Laboratory will feature your stories online to raise awareness for TtGG and to inspire other teachers and students. Thank you for your participation and contribution to our program! 

When you submit your answers, please keep the following points in mind:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • The stories we develop will be less than 500 words
  • Bring your own personality into your answers
  • Stories will be shared on JAX’s Facebook and Instagram profiles as well as on our website
  • The picture to the right is an example of how we envision sharing your story, Humans of New York being part of the inspiration for this project.

Please complete the form below in order to share your story. You do not need to answer every question, but the more information you can provide, the better!















Photo Upload
Please upload an image (or two) of yourself within your classroom setting or at the school where you are implementing the program. High quality photos only please. You may ask a colleague to take the photo for you or a student interested in photography.



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