Forensics is the interdisciplinary application of science to investigate and analyze evidence of historical, and most often criminal, events. In the classroom, training forensic scientists requires preparing students to be able to identify, compare, and analyze a breadth of evidence types using skills across biology, chemistry, and physics.
Make Real-World Connections and Engage Students When crime scene investigators collect and analyze evidence from the scene of a crime, […]
Have you considered bringing forensics into your classroom? Consider these 5 reasons you should teach this science. 1. Make a […]
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Authentic tools make all the difference in forensic lessons. Forensic curriculum Professional forensic work requires an understanding of the scientific […]