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The entry point to an extensive site concerning the nervous system and neuroscience. The site includes descriptive... see more

A collection of visual and curriculum resources that are submitted by professors/scientists from around the world.

list of games and other innovative teaching ideas for use in different subject matters within the area of science (you... see more

The Ocean World team has gone all over the web and the world gathering information to present students with the latest in... see more

BioMedia Associates is a group of biologists, teachers, educational designers and film-makers who collaborate to make... see more

This site discusses volcanoes. See attached assignment. Follow the links as needed.

A fantastic resource full of information in both English AND Spanish. Check out their games, animations, projects, and... see more

This server provides 28967 images of protists (487 genera, 1617 species) as research and educational resources. The INDEX... see more

The American Physiological Society Archive of Teaching Resources was designed to provide resources for science educators... see more

In Spring 2001, there were 329 schools, in 15 countries participating in CIESE projects. That's more than 10,000 students... see more

The website provides the “what is”, “why”, and the “how to” explanations for using simulations as an effective... see more

Solid and informative website by NASA regarding the ringed planet. See attached assignment for lesson ideas. As always,... see more

The bibliography attempts to document research on teaching and learning science with a certain emphasis on research from... see more

The BEN Collaborative, spearheaded by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and composed of 11... see more

This web was made by Dr Mark A. Hill, a Lecturer in the School of Anatomy, University of New South Wales, and Head of the... see more

A collection of stand alone lesson plans on a variety of topics including earth science, life science, physical science,... see more

The Center for Science Education (CSE) is housed at Education Development Center, Inc., in Newton, Massachusetts.... see more

Frontiers for Young Minds is an outstanding, non-profit, scientific journal written by scientists and reviewed by a board... see more

The Indiana Expeditions series has a new lineup of fascinating ways to bring the fun of science home to kids and adults... see more

'Build your nature app. Download the free app and get instant access to 28 beautiful North American birds, each with a... see more

Materials available here are intended to help students prepare for the New York State regents exams. Links are provided... see more

The NOAA Photo Library has been built to capture the work, observations, and studies that are carried on by the... see more

The Yale Peabody Museum houses more than 11 million specimens and objects in anthropology, botany, zoology, paleontology,... see more

The nonprofit CK-12 Foundation has generated nearly 100 new, free-to-use, tablet and laptop-ready, HTML5-based,... see more