Teacher: Jeanine Constantine
Fellow: Angela Seliga
Partner Websites
Science Websites
Boston University
Project STAMP pairs graduate students in biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, or physics with teachers in Boston public schools to enhance scientific content in K-12 education for one academic year.

Angela Seliga is a graduate student in Biology at Boston University. She studies mating-induced changes in gene expression in female rats. Prior to GK12, she has taught Introductory Biology and Physiology laboratories to undergraduates.

Jeanine Constantine is a special needs teacher in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics at Brighton High School. Her classes have approximately 10 students in grades 9-12, which allow for more one-on-one interaction with these students.

Together, Jeanine and Angela have been modifying the Living By Chemistry curriculum for juniors and seniors in the fall 2006 and Biology: A Human Approach curriculum for sophomores in the spring 2007.

Museum of Science
Biology Department
Teacher's Domain
Angela's Research
How Stuff Works
Brighton High School
Boston Public Schools
Science House
Upward Bound
Biology Project
Alex and Racquish making edible cells
Regina examining an onion cell
Chemistry Links
Chemistry Lessons
Biology Lessons
Biology Links
Living By Chemistry
Add 'Em Atom: building Bohr's model wtih M & Ms
Insect Survival: color adaptation in moths
Pinky and the "Brain" Video
LBC Workshop
Electron Configuration: intro for writing e- configurations
Edible Cell: review for cell organelles
Anatomy Field Trip
Reactivity Video
Molarity Jeopardy: review using template
Evolution and Homeostasis Jeopardy: review using template
Supplementary Materials for Lessons
Evolution and Homeostasis Bingo: review
Energy and Reproduction Jeopardy: review using template
If you have any questions about our lessons, please feel free to email amseliga@bu.edu.