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Science - Biological, Environmental, and Oceanography
Science Education Menu:
General Science Resources | Astronomy and Space Exploration |
Biology | Chemistry, Physics and Technology | Ecology and Environment |
Energy | Geology | Meteorology | Oceanography
Action Bioscience - Articles on the impact of
bioscience research on our lives. There are high school lesson plans and charts of NSES correlations
BioZone Bio Links - This is a directory of
web sites dealing with many aspects of biology such as ecology, biotechnology, animal behavior,
cell biology and many more.
SMILE Biology Lesson Plans - For all grade levels from the
Illinois Institute of Technology.
The Biology Corner - Lesson plans, lab plans, and quizzes.
The Genetic Science Learning Center - Background information
on current developments in genetic science, and lesson plans.
Teaching Evolution - Information about evolution and possible
perils and pitfalls to avoid while teaching about it. By the University of California Museum of Paleontology
The National Institute of General Medical Sciences - Interactive games and quizzes.
US Department of Agriculture for Teachers and Students - There is so much offered at this site that it is hard to describe. There is information on everything from the Forest Service to good nutrition.
Penn State Lesson Plans - Plans for all grades for forest resources, water, earth science and wildlife from the School of Forest Resources at Penn State University.
Supermarket Sprouts - A lesson plan for growing seeds which are found in the supermarket. This lesson is by Vicki Cobb.
Plants for Kids - Experiments in botany for children from the
Delaware State University.
Bird Sleuth- A project in bird watching for middle
school students. Sponsored by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Online Biology Book - If your knowledge of
biology is a bit shaky, you may need to refer to this text by M. J. Farabee
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