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The American Physiological Society Archive of Teaching Resources was designed to provide resources for science educators at all levels. At the undergraduate level, the Archive provides labs, lessons, graphics, animations, and web sites that can enhance the content in your science courses plus you will be challenged to examine how you teach, with suggested offerings both in the -Explore Effective Pedagogy- section and linked to the learning objects you view. You are invited to share resources... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: January 04, 2003
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 06, 2014
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Avatar for Camille Freeman
1 year ago

Camille Freeman (Faculty)

I believe this link now redirects to the Life Science Teaching Resource Community; my review is of the LifeSciTRC.org website. I found their collections of lesson plans, links and resources very useful. They appear to have primarily material geared towards the K-12 population, however the items I looked at for undergraduate students were excellent. For example, under the "Featured Collections" tab the resource "the nervous system for a 200-level A&P course" contains a wealth of relevant journal articles, as well as a list of related Khan Academy videos and a TED talk. 

I wish I had found this site while I was developing my online courses, and will likely be using some of the material found here as I update my classes.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 min

Avatar for Nancy J. Pelaez
10 years ago

Nancy J. Pelaez (Faculty)

A group of science teachers looked at this resource for teaching cardiovascular physiology at the secondary school level, see our Keep Toolkit Snapshot for detailed comments.

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