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Anatomy Corner
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Screenshot This fascinating and informative website was created by a high school teacher in Granite City, Missouri. It brings together a wide range of resources designed to help students learn about anatomy. The materials are divided into three sections: Anatomy Galleries, Anatomy Topics, and Virtual Cat Dissection. The Anatomy Galleries area provides slides, photos, and illustrative materials related to eye dissection, sheep heart dissection, and cat muscles. The Anatomy Topics area includes overviews of the major body systems, including the nervous, circulatory, and endocrine systems. The site also includes a Virtual Cat Dissection, which walks interested parties through this process.
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Ask A Biologist
From Arizona State University's School of Life Sciences comes Ask A Biologist, which offers a plethora of resources for teaching and learning biology. The Scout...
PhET Interactive: Build an Atom
From the University of Colorado's PhET (Physics Education Technology) Interactive Simulation series comes Build An Atom, a collection of interactive tools that...
DNA Learning Center: 3-D Animation...
For almost twenty years, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's DNA Learning Center has provided high quality, engaging online resources for science students. The 3-D...
YouTube: The Math Forum at NCTM
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) supports teachers "to ensure equitable mathematics learning of the highest quality for each and every...
Stem Cells Across the Curriculum
Stem Cells Across the Curriculum (SCAC) offers college-level lesson plans and activities designed to help students explore the intersections of science and...



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An abacus was used for  calculating mathematics.
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