Teaching Resources

CASHP’s introductory bioanthropology laboratories are now available to science educators across the country. These free lab exercises are designed to prepare introductory-level bioanthropology undergraduate students for upper-level classes. (Labs can also be modified for some advanced high school classrooms.) These labs meet basic standards for the George Washington University science curricula and are suitable for most undergraduate science programs. Below is a list of laboratories currently available for distribution. By clicking on the link, you can see a list of topic sections and sample pages for each laboratory. You can request the full laboratory, answer key, and instructor guide by emailing Elizabeth Renner. Please email us from your faculty account, as we do not distribute answer keys or instructor guides to students. Laboratories are continuously added, so check back!

Lab 1: Race and Ancestry