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Seeing reason is an online tool (1) for mapping cause-and-effect relationships, (2) to help students analyze complex... see more

As you work through this guide, you and your students will use the skills of historians to peel away the layers of myth... see more

This website offers universally adaptable lab exercises as well as links to producers and vendors of adapted equipment... see more

This site is an all round starting point for myosin interests with links to the myosin researchers. The range includes... see more

The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) develops an agenda for the education topic areas it will review each year. WWC... see more

This URL presents the idea that a lesson plan is more than a recipe. A good lesson plan incorporates multiple theoretical... see more

Current research in Science Education emphasizes the importance of knowing students' previous ideas, conceptions... see more

'Biodiversity hotspots are a method to identify those regions of the world where attention is needed to address... see more

Classification can (and should) be used to illustrate more than a mere hierarchical grouping of organisms. This lesson... see more

This is a collection of tools for identifying, assessing and applying relevant evidence for better health care... see more

This Web page is designed to provide easy access to books, position statements, and additional resources on evolution... see more

The goal of this project is to promote the use of molecular data in the identification and exporation of biological... see more

This guide is intended to equip you with the tools you need to measure the impact of your program on your community,... see more

Tapped In is a Web-based learning environment created by SRI International to transform teacher professional development... see more

The National Science Teacher's Association (NSTA) faculty worked with National Council for Accreditation of Teacher... see more

The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child was formed in 1991 to monitor the implementation of the Convention on the... see more

NCTAF’s research and publications have positively impacted teaching quality in schools and districts across the country... see more

Flinn Scientific, Inc has always been an outstanding source of safety information for K12 science teachers. Now Flinn is... 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

The importance of coherence to learning has been well documented; part of what characterizes expertise is having a large... see more

These new guidelines are the result of work by experts in medicine, mental health, and education. They analyzed thousands... see more

Any public or private classroom is eligible to participate in the Bugscope project. Bugscope is primarily oriented for... see more