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Woods Hole Education Programs - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

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6 to 12
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The K-12 education section of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution offers a collection of extensive online education tools. Students can search for toxic algae, join one of several...more
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The K-12 education section of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution offers a collection of extensive online education tools. Students can search for toxic algae, join one of several expeditions, even learn about women with careers in oceanography. Depending on age level, these exhibits will work for either individual or group use.

tag(s): marine biology (33), oceans (148)

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Life Has a History - U.C. Berkeley

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1 to 12
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This extremely well-organized site from U.C. Berkeley introduces students to the history of life and how it results in today's biodiversity. The site includes three different levels...more
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This extremely well-organized site from U.C. Berkeley introduces students to the history of life and how it results in today's biodiversity. The site includes three different levels for grades K-4, 5-8, and 9-12, making this an introduction that can be used in virtually any classroom setting. Created with support from the National Science Foundation.

tag(s): biodiversity (38), diversity (36), evolution (100), fossils (44)

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Ocean Report - Kidsnet

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4 to 8
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This is a three-part study of ocean ecosystems that relies on audio clips for part of its presentation. Designed for grades 4-8, the unit helps students understand the diversity of...more
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This is a three-part study of ocean ecosystems that relies on audio clips for part of its presentation. Designed for grades 4-8, the unit helps students understand the diversity of marine environments and the importance of preserving these delicate ecosystems. The unit also offers practical steps that students can take to help participate in this process. There's lots to explore here, and a wealth of instructional possibilities.

tag(s): marine biology (33), oceans (148)

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Insectclopedia

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6 to 12
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This large metasite offers a well-organized collection of scores of links relating to the study and categorization of insects. Like most sites of this nature, there are no explanations...more
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This large metasite offers a well-organized collection of scores of links relating to the study and categorization of insects. Like most sites of this nature, there are no explanations of the links, so you may have to hunt to find what you're after. We've included this one because of the number of resources the authors have found.

tag(s): insects (69)

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Pet Bugs

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4 to 12
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Here's more proof that you can find almost anything on the web. It's a site all about keeping invertebrates - mostly insects - as pets. Want to know what to ...more
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Here's more proof that you can find almost anything on the web. It's a site all about keeping invertebrates - mostly insects - as pets. Want to know what to feed your pet tarantula? Look no further. Seriously, there's a wealth of information on all manner of species here, whether your interest is in finding a unique pet or building a mini-ecosystem in your classroom.

tag(s): insects (69)

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Seriously, there's a wealth of information on all manner of species here, whether your interest is in finding a unique pet or building a mini-ecosystem in your classroom.

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Operation Migration

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How do you teach whooping cranes to migrate? This naturalist did it by leading the way in his ultralight aircraft, and this site chronicles the multi-year effort to create an ...more
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How do you teach whooping cranes to migrate? This naturalist did it by leading the way in his ultralight aircraft, and this site chronicles the multi-year effort to create an entirely new crane flock with its own migration patterns. There are great maps and photos, the sort of stuff that can bring biology and earth science concepts to life.

tag(s): birds (50), migration (59)

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Incubation and Embryology - University of Illinois Extension

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This site from the University of Illinois Extension is a guide to the classroom use of chicken eggs and incubators in elementary through high school classes. The site offers basic ...more
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This site from the University of Illinois Extension is a guide to the classroom use of chicken eggs and incubators in elementary through high school classes. The site offers basic practical advice as well as lesson plans and ideas for all grade levels. Teachers will likely want to review the planning page and then decide which elements of the site to use.

tag(s): eggs (6)

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Most of the lesson handouts are in PDF format.
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The Tree of Life - Privately Published

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6 to 12
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Designed as "a comprehensive resource on phylogeny and biodiversity," this site offers descriptions, images, and characteristics of all manner of animals. Try "popular pages" for a...more
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Designed as "a comprehensive resource on phylogeny and biodiversity," this site offers descriptions, images, and characteristics of all manner of animals. Try "popular pages" for a chart showing various species. Click on any of these to retrieve very complete information and descriptions. Secondary students will find plenty of information for biology and science reports in this one.

tag(s): animals (276), species (29)

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Silent Invaders

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Here's an online presentation, complete with Quicktime narration, about invasive plant and animal species and the damage they can cause to native species and ecosystems. Try this one...more
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Here's an online presentation, complete with Quicktime narration, about invasive plant and animal species and the damage they can cause to native species and ecosystems. Try this one as a backgrounder for ecological management issues, or as a research source for assignments on managing ecosystems. Users will need a reasonably fast connection to use the Quicktime movies effectively.

tag(s): ecosystems (88)

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Infection - Detection - Protection - The American Museum of Natural History

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The Smithsonian's American Museum of Natural History offers this site dealing with microbes, infections, and ways to avoid the harmful germs while working with the beneficial ones....more
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The Smithsonian's American Museum of Natural History offers this site dealing with microbes, infections, and ways to avoid the harmful germs while working with the beneficial ones. Middle and high schoolers can learn a lot be reading through this one. A number of the activities could integrate nicely with health, biology, or science curricula. This website requires Adobe Shockwave. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page..

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This is a great resource for a science or health class. Use an interactive whiteboard or projector to share the interactives with your students.
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Blue Planet Challenge - BBC

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BBC Online offers this oceanography self-study, comprised of a series of interactive Flash animations. Each area includes "fact files" on particular marine species or ecosystems, and...more
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BBC Online offers this oceanography self-study, comprised of a series of interactive Flash animations. Each area includes "fact files" on particular marine species or ecosystems, and the activities require users to understand each environment to the through the simulation successfully. Students could use this one individually or in groups. A free, online registration enables an online scoring feature. Lots of possibilities here.

tag(s): marine biology (33), oceans (148), whales (16)

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Bioterror - NOVA

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This companion site to the November, 2001 PBS Nova program by the same name offers a look at the history of bioterrorism (it goes back hundreds of years), the question ...more
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This companion site to the November, 2001 PBS Nova program by the same name offers a look at the history of bioterrorism (it goes back hundreds of years), the question of prevention, and the ways in which scientists search for an develop vaccines to combat these diseases. The site includes several interactive Flash demonstrations that encourage users to do their own experimenting with vaccine research.

tag(s): terrorism (49)

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Take advantage of the free lesson plans on this site! This would be a great addition to a biology classroom.
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Evolution Lab - Biology in Motion

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This page is part of the Biology in Motion series. It offers a Flash-animated simulation of a simplified genetic phenotype evolution - a very visual illustration of a complex process....more
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This page is part of the Biology in Motion series. It offers a Flash-animated simulation of a simplified genetic phenotype evolution - a very visual illustration of a complex process. Teachers will find this one fascinating, and there's enough going on that students may be tempted to use it for individual experimenting on their own.

tag(s): evolution (100), genetics (90)

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Biology in Motion

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7 to 12
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Help your students understand and appreciate science with this delightful site that uses interactive activities and exhibits to illustrate scientific concepts. Topics include cell division,...more
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Help your students understand and appreciate science with this delightful site that uses interactive activities and exhibits to illustrate scientific concepts. Topics include cell division, the mammalian cardiovascular system, evolution, enzymes, and much more. Students can practice their knowledge of biology terms in the "Organize It" activity and see an animated explanation of why eating lunch "recharges" the body.

tag(s): evolution (100), genetics (90)

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NTTI Science Lessons - NTTI/WNET

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Here's a collection of science lesson plans covering disciplines from geology to earth science, chemistry, and general science. Each includes complete procedures, standards references,...more
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Here's a collection of science lesson plans covering disciplines from geology to earth science, chemistry, and general science. Each includes complete procedures, standards references, and discussion. Some of these lessons use video clips as an integral component, so teachers will want to plan accordingly.

tag(s): dna (69), evolution (100), genetics (90)

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Discover Chimpanzees

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4 to 12
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This interactive look at Jane Goodall's Gombe preserve will probably require some introduction, but there's much to do in this site that invites all sorts of exploration. There are...more
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This interactive look at Jane Goodall's Gombe preserve will probably require some introduction, but there's much to do in this site that invites all sorts of exploration. There are bios of both people and chimps, as well as an appealing "become a chimpanzee" section that allows students to follow a chimp's day. Lots of uses for this one in studying Africa, habitats, ecosystems, and the like

tag(s): behavior (46)

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West Nile Mapping - USGS

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This USGS site offers regularly updated, state-by-state maps showing the spread of West Nile virus in birds, animals, and humans. Apart from its news value, the site offers an interesting...more
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This USGS site offers regularly updated, state-by-state maps showing the spread of West Nile virus in birds, animals, and humans. Apart from its news value, the site offers an interesting glimpse into the ways in which diseases spread through populations of different species.

tag(s): diseases (66)

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Insolent Invaders - WhyFiles

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Here's a site with both timeliness and that special "Yuck" factor that students love. The WhyFiles has created profiles of a handful of species whose presence outside their natural...more
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Here's a site with both timeliness and that special "Yuck" factor that students love. The WhyFiles has created profiles of a handful of species whose presence outside their natural environment threatens to play havoc with the ecosystems they invade. The site offers a great "hook" into a serious ecological issue.

tag(s): ecology (135), ecosystems (88)

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Savage Seas - WNET

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This companion site to the PBS program of the same name offers nuggets of information on a broad range of topics about the ocean, including weather phenomena, navigation problems, and...more
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This companion site to the PBS program of the same name offers nuggets of information on a broad range of topics about the ocean, including weather phenomena, navigation problems, and life in the seas. Broadband users will find short video clips on many of the topics. While there is no separate education section, elements of the site may be useful in an ocean study unit.

tag(s): marine biology (33), oceans (148)

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Global Climate Change - Exploratorium

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The Exploratorium's climate change site is a data analysis goldmine. There are dozens of examples of how the earth's climate has or has not shifted over the past 100 years, ...more
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The Exploratorium's climate change site is a data analysis goldmine. There are dozens of examples of how the earth's climate has or has not shifted over the past 100 years, and most of these have detailed graphs illustrating the data. Middle and high school teachers will find this one a great tool for illustrating both the science and the math behind the efforts to monitor the earth's climate.

tag(s): climate (92), weather (188)

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