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View Resource BioEd Online: The Pathway to Genomic Medicine

The Baylor College of Medicine's BioEd website is a veritable cornucopia of biology teaching resources. Recently, they added a new video presentation and slide set that will delight science educators everywhere. Titled "The Pathway to Genomic Medicine", these materials were created by Dr. Richard Gibbs, Director of the Human Genome Sequencing Center at Baylor College of Medicine. Throughout both...

View Resource MIT OpenCourseWare: Highlights for High School

(MIT) Highlights for High School Web site provides access to free online resources to improve high school science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) instruction. The Web site builds on MIT's existing OpenCourseWare initiative. This initiative provides resources for not only students but also for teachers. Their are extensive resources for advanced placement biology, calculus, and...

View Resource Biological ESTEEM

Introducing students to different software packages and applications for use in biology and math courses can be quite a challenge. With that in mind, teachers in these areas will definitely appreciate this rather helpful site from the people at the Mathematical Sciences Digital Library. These particular simulations and tools draw heavily on Microsoft Excel, so users will need to make sure that...

View Resource Modeling Across the Curriculum (MAC)

This project aims to demonstrate the effective use of technology to a student-centered, model-based approach to secondary science teaching. Using a variety of computer-based manipulable models and probeware, MAC teaches students how to create, refine, and apply mental models to improve their understanding of science. MAC evaluates student learning through embedded on-line assessments, as well as...

View Resource BioSciEdNet

This impressive portal (referred to in the shorthand as "BEN"), was created by the National Science Digital Library (NSDL) in order to bring high-quality educational resources to science educators everywhere. The entire project is managed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and the resources here total over 14,000, and they cover 77 discrete biological sciences...

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