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Science Curriculum Development 

Nim designs site-specific, content-rich, and interactive curriculum for schools, museums, and other educational organizations. In addition, she edits, researches, and consults to develop unique programming that meet local and national learning standards.  Her unique combination of expertise in science, communication, and art allow her to complete entire projects independently. 

She has developed and taught curricula for: the Wildlife Conservation Society, New York City Audubon (now NYC Bird Alliance), Rockaway Waterfront Alliance (now RiSE), New York Sun Works, and others, covering topics such as data sampling, geographic information systems, oyster restoration, and invasive species. 

More recently, Nim taught high school science in the Bronx, developing interactive, experiential, and differentiated curricula for Environmental Science, Science Research, City Semester, and Marine Biology. 

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An overview of the Brooklyn Bridge Park's educational programs, including K-12 curricula developed by Nim

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