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Students use a computer simulation, the commercial Biolabs Virtual Fly simulation, of fruit fly crosses to investigate... see more

This site offers introductory principles of weather forecasting and prediction. Course: Earth Science: Meteorology see more

Outline of the "ionizing the classroom" process used in "Classroom Full of Stars" Course: SEED 415 see more

Theater games for reviewing key Enlightenment ideas. Designed by social studies methods student Chris Pirlet for the AP... see more

This assignment explores the sensory and motor divisions of the nervous system. Course: Introduction to Biology for... see more

This assignment explores the organs of the urinary system. Course: Introduction to Biology for Non-Majors see more

This assignment explores the respiratory system. Course: Introduction to Biology for Non-Majors see more

View the section on how the brain works and post to the forum. Did anything surprise you? Is knowing this information... see more

Students will explore the function of the sensory organs and the central and peripheral nervous systems. Course:... see more

In a freshmen composition class, understanding the power of memoir for furthering a cause and revealing an individual is... see more

Adaptation of "Classroom full of Stars" web site to History 121 review session. Course: History 121 see more

This assignment uses a computer simulation of fruit fly genetics to have students design and interpret monohybrid crosses... see more

Oscar Wilde was one of Great Britain's most famous playrights. However, his career and family life was destroyed by his... see more

An interactive lecture that uses flash animations showing the researcher and their experiments that were used to develop... see more

Edo was the capital of Japan during the Tokugawa Shogunate from 1604-1868. This virutal tour uses traditional Japanese... see more

The assignment is designed to help students learn the neurological processes involved in commonly performed behaviors. see more

A lesson that focuses on the Autonomic Nervous System and includes sympathetic and parasympathetic processes of the body.... see more

answer the following questions. Course: science see more

Do censorship practices differ by subject or format? Students analyze readings as a basis for their stances. see more

An interactive lecture that uses flash animations showing the researcher and their experiments that were used to develop... see more

General biology students work in groups to produce a 1953 issue of the newspaper, The DNA Gazette to communicate their... see more

A problem set developed by the National Human Genome Research Institute for high school students, but at a level... see more

The students will construct a concept map which indicates the most important elements of evolution. They should include,... see more

In the early 1600’s, the Tokugawa Shogunate emerged, bringing a period stability and enlightenment to Japan for about 300... see more