Curriculum Design
Curriculum Philosophy
Curriculum Structure
Student Outcomes
Target Audiences
Major Projects
For Students
Creators of IMPACTT
Resources For Environmental Health Studies Digital Library


Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center


Community Outreach & Education

Environmental Health Science Educational Resources


Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center & Sunnyside High School

Integrating Multiple Perspectives Across the Curriculum for Today and Tomorrow

An Integrated Academy at Sunnyside High School - Tucson, Arizona

IMPACTT is a unique model that in corporates environmental health by using inquiry based innovative educational approaches to teach Science, Math, and Technology (SMT) integrated with English, Social Studies, and Health. The curriculum is organized around major projects that demonstrate student learning.

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IMPACTT emphasizes finding answers through the scientific process, library research, on the Internet and from other people. IMPACTT lessons are selected or designed so that students develop or refine invaluable skills while they are introduced to content. Every effort is made to integrate the content areas of science, English, social studies, technology, and math in such a way that students understand the interconnectedness of these discuplines and gain insight into the way the real world works. :

IMPACTT   || COEP ||  SWEHSC   ||  Center for Toxicology  ||  University of Arizona  ||  TOP
Stefani Hines, Director: 520-626-3692
Marti Lindsey, Asst. Specialist: 520-626-7659

mailing address:
Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center
University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, Room 244
PO Box 210207, Tucson, AZ, USA  85721-0207

NIEHS Center Program
The Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center
is funded by NIEHS grant # ES06694

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Last update:  March 29, 2004

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