Create new curricula and enhance existing curricula
Develop cadre of epidemiology curriculum developers
Evaluate curricula

Science Ambassador Lesson Plans. Developed by educators and CDC scientists during the CDC Science Ambassador Workshops.   http://www.cdc.gov/excite/ScienceAmbassador/ambassador_pgm/lessonplans.htm

Detectives in the Classroom – Complete slides and teacher notes to teach basic epidemiology to middle or high school students, with complete slides and teacher notes. Uses a variety of kid-friendly examples. (English and Spanish)   http://www.epiedmovement.org/detectives.html

Young Epidemiology Scholar (YES) Teaching Modules - Downloadable instructional units for teachers in Grades 9 – 12, with all materials and background provided.   http://www.yes-competition.org/yes/teaching-units.html

EXCITE! — Excellence in Curriculum Innovation through Teaching Epidemiology and the Science of Public Health. A collection of teaching and reference materials developed by CDC to introduce and excite K-12 students about epidemiology and how to investigate an outbreak.   http://www.cdc.gov/excite

Epidemiology and the Energy Balance Equation. Developed for middle and high school students to have authentic experiences in surveying their classmates re dietary and physical activity behaviors. Complete guidance and materials for the two modules.   http://www.epiedmovement.org/eebe.html

Exploring Drug Abuse Through the Science of Epidemiology. Developed for high school students with examples related to drug use and abuse. Complete slides and teacher notes in five modules.   http://www.epiedmovement.org/drugepi.html

Med Myst: Medical Mysteries on the Web Interactive, web-based medical mysteries. Includes epidemiological sleuthing   http://medmyst.rice.edu

Camps and Competitions created for learning Epidemiology.   http://www.epiedmovement.org/camps.html