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MERLOT II


    

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by Alyssa Greenwood
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Science Web Resources

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Neuroscience for Kids


Added 10/31/2011
This is a useful website for review on the human nervous system. It shows images of the brain and labels different areas and shows their function. It is a huge website and has information on basically anything you would want to know on the nervous system.
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Biological animations and tutorials


Added 10/31/2011
This is a good resource for teachers as well as students who want to review different biology concepts such as meiosis, mitosis, life cycles of plants, the scientific method, and many more. This would be a great resource for teachers to use in class to animate the concepts they are teaching.
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Labwrite: Improving lab reports


Added 10/31/2011
This is a useful tool for lab periods and lab write ups for students. It reviews the parts of a lab write up and then students can create a document in the program on the website which goes step by step through each part of the write up. Each step describes what should be included for that part. It also goes over pre lab steps, such as forming hypotheses.
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Biomedia Cell Biology Image and Movie Database


Added 10/31/2011
This is a useful site for students as well as teachers. Teachers can use this site to display microscopic images of just about anything relating to biology. This site is excellent and includes microscopic images of organisms, cells, tissues, organelles, and macromolecules.
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TOX TOWN


Added 10/31/2011
This is a really interesting site. It shows different types of towns, or environments, and what types of pollutants are present in each town. The animations and lay are great. I would let students work in pairs to explore this website and to list different types of pollutants that impact the environment.
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