Interesting Websites for Teachers
The BIOTECH Project, sponsored by the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at The University of Arizona, is designed to help Arizona's high school teachers use molecular biology and biotechnology in the classroom.
Do you or your students have a biology question? This outreach program for grades K-12 provided by Arizona State University can help answer that question!
Access Excellence by Genentech has a collection of peer-reviewed/classroom lesson plans developed by K-12 teachers around the U. S., as well as a rich collection of current science news and issues. Activities include interactive, online scientific mysteries developed by Access Excellence for classroom use. The mysteries encourage student problem-solving and inquiry.
The Visible Human Project is creating complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of the male and female human body.
The Biology Project is an interactive online resource for learning biology, developed at The University of Arizona.
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Africanized honey bees have moved into the Southwest U. S. and are here to stay. In addition to the safety issues that need to be addressed because of the defensiveness of these bees, honey bees are also fascinating subjects to study. These lesson plans were developed to familarize students with honey bees and bee safety issues through a variety of interesting activities. Designed for K-12 students.
United States high school students compete in a nation-wide olympiad. The top scorers will go on to compete in the International Biology Olympiad.
The University of Arizona
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics
General Biology Program for Secondary Teachers