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  1. Head to Toe Science: Over 40 Eye-Popping, Spine-Tingling, Heart-Pounding Activities That Teach Kids About the Human Body by Jim Wiese, 2000-03-10

61. Teaching Activities:
TEACHING activities. M.Sc. The subject includes organismal parasitology (biologyof parasitic Protozoa and helminths, medical entomology), cell biology and
T EACHING ACTIVITIES M.Sc. and Ph.D. courses are directed towards studies of principles of host parasite relationships. The subject includes organismal parasitology (biology of parasitic Protozoa and helminths, medical entomology), cell biology and biochemistry of parasites, parasite immunology, pathology and epidemiology of parasitic infections. Strong emphasis is placed on synthesis of biochemical and molecular approaches of the study of parasitism with the knowledge and understanding of the organisms involved. Students are given practical training in methods, identification of parasites, and participate in a Parasitology Field Course. The parasitology unit participates in the Postgraduate Program in Biomedicine and its research and teaching potential is strenghtened by close cooperation with the Department of Tropical Medicine of the 1st Faculty of Medicine. COURSES UG-for undergraduate students, G-for graduate students, L-lectures, P-practical courses Introduction to Parasitology (UG).

62. Learn And Teach - Post-16
Developed specifically for post16 General Studies, biology, SPU, Psychology andKey Action Guides are a series of classroom-based activities for teachers to

visiting exhibitions online let's talk ... printed publications
Post-16 teachers area
The Museum is a tremendous resource for post-16 students, offering excellent opportunities for structured and self-directed learning. Some of the activities listed here can be used by students independent of a visit.
Planning and booking a visit
If you are planning to bring a group to the Science Museum, please ensure you book your visit in advance. For information about booking click here . Or go straight to our online booking form
Try to organise your day at the Museum to include a range of different activities, and allow some free time for students to enjoy areas relevant to their own interest.
Subjects and galleries
The Museum's galleries can be used to support the following subject areas (* denotes that downloadable activity sheets/teachers' notes and/or printed publications are available see section below) Biology and biological sciences courses*
Science for public understanding
Health and Social Care*
Leisure and Tourism
We are currently developing documents that summarise links between the galleries and post-16 specifications. Until these are completed you can contact

63. Department Of Biological Sciences -- Academic Staff
of Sao Paulo, Brazil will study both the molecular biology of the stress An analysisutilising barley mutants with reduced activities of photorespiratory
Professor Peter J Lea
Office: C10; Laboratory: C5/9 Email: Department of Biological Sciences,
Lancaster University,
Lancaster, LA1 4YQ,
U.K. Tel: (44) 1524 592104
Fax: (44) 1524 843854
  • 1967 B.Sc., Botany, University of Liverpool 1970 Ph.D., Botany, University of Liverpool 1983 D.Sc., University of Liverpool
  • 1970-1972 Postdoctoral Research Associate, University College, London 1972-1975 Royal Society Pickering Research Fellow, Rothamsted Experimental Station 1975-1984 Senior Scientific Officer and then Principal Scientific Officer, Rothamsted Experimental Station 1985-present Professor of Biology, Lancaster University 1988-1991 Head of Division of Biological Sciences, Lancaster University 1994-1996 Dean of Institute of Environmental and Biological Sciences, Lancaster Past Secretary, Vice-Chairman and Chairman of the Phytochemical Society of Europe Secretary of the Society for Experimental Biology Editorial Advisory Panel of the Biochemical Journal and Journal of Experimental Botany Elected Fellow of the Institute of Biology, 1989

64. Science - Biological And Life Sciences, Federal Resources For Educational Excell
help biology teachers more effectively teach basic concepts years of summer institutesby biology teachers from dozens of online learning activities and exhibits

65. The National Academies Summer Institute On Undergraduate Education In Biology
Participants are required to teach introductory biology courses; assessments of theintroductory biology units and Support and encourage the activities of the
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2004 Agenda THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES Summer Institute on Undergraduate Education in Biology Monday, August 16 to Friday, August 20, 2004 DRAFT Agenda 2004 Co-Directors: Jo Handelsman, University of Wisconsin William B. Wood, University of Colorado Location: The Pyle Center University of Wisconsin 702 Landgon Street Madison, WI 53706-1487 Overall Strategy The goal of the Summer Institute for Undergraduate Biology Education is to transform biology education at research universities by improving classroom education and attracting more students to research. We intend to train a new generation of faculty by introducing them to a scientific approach to teaching that reflects the way we function at researchers. The target group is novice and experienced instructors of introductory biology courses with high enrollments. We will select from the applicant pool 18 pairs of faculty from 18 different research universities. The Institute will include reflective writing, planning, reading, researching, and talking about teaching methods and philosophy, and will involve a mixture of presentations by expert teachers and development of new teaching materials by the participants in small groups. The outcomes will be a set of teaching materials that all of the participants will all test at their home institution in the ensuing academic year. Participants are required to:

difficult to say how many biology glossary entries are available from the glossary. activities (About 70 for biology) By are around seventy activities for biology alone, we have
The content that was on BIOLOGY4KIDS has been moved to the new subscription based KAPILI.COM. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We believe that directing our efforts into one large science site will create a more successful learning experience. We hope you visit the new site. Learn a little about the new site below...
TUTORIALS (Over 75 for Biology):
The Kapili tutorials break down key ideas of elementary science and technology. Our tutorials are designed to break down a single topic into four parts. Each part will have a short paragraph and graphic used to illustrate an idea. We are using this style to help you learn complex ideas in bite-sized pieces. While there are over 90 activities for life sciences, we have over 300 tutorials for all of the material we cover on the site.
You might be asking, "But what about a big topic like cells?" Using cells as an example you will find one page that talks about the general idea of what a cell is. Linked to that page and our main biology tutorial list you will find dozens of other pages. If you are new to cells you can start there and then move to a tutorial on the cell membrane, mitochondria, or peroxisomes. Each of the detailed tutorials will have the same layout with four concepts and four graphics.
Current life science tutorials include:
Cell Structure
Cell Function
Classification and Taxonomy
Scientific Method
Microbiology and Microorganisms Plants Invertebrates Vertebrates Animal Systems and Physiology

67. Education World® : Science Center : 9-12 : Biology
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68. Science: Biology:
Teacher Index. This area is designed to provide links categorized by area and grade level. Offers downloads and online activities. activities in biology Teens/Mature Teens A site intended
Home Teachers Admin Resources ... Science : Biology By Kingdom:
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  • Howe High School This is an incredible complete curriculum, written by a High School Science teacher.
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  • Rader's [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Cells, microbiology, the scientific method, invertebrates, plants, and vertebrates. There is also an extensive section with examples of different species. Offers downloads and online activities.
  • Activities in Biology [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Provides interactive quizzes on topics such as cell biology, organ systems, ecology, and photosynthesis.
  • Biology In Motion [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Online activities for learning biology, including animated cartoons, an evolution simulation laboratory, and drag-and-drop quizzes.
  • Biology Online [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Online activities, labs and tutorials. Site available in Spanish.
  • The Biology Project [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Online interactive resource for learning biology. Content includes Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Human Biology, Molecular Biology, Mendelian Genetics, and Immunology.
  • Biotech Adventure [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - A site intended to teach users about biology and biotechnology. Includes some educational illustrations and animations that can be downloaded by teachers and other educators for use in their curriculum.

69. Lesson Plans
of methods and approaches to teach flowering plant Jennifer Vuturo Brady) These activitiesare designed students to current molecular biology techniques while
General Biology Home Masters Degree Program Courses for Teachers Biomedical Research for Arizona Teachers General Biology Lesson Plans Useful Links General Biology Lesson Plans
  • Spiders: An Organism for Teaching Biology (by Debora Scheidemantel)
    Students explore basic ecology concepts and scientific processes using spiders as model organisms. They will capture spiders, observe and care for them, and use them to answer their own questions about spider behavior. Modeling the process of a research scientist, each team of students will design and conduct their own experiment. Simultaneously, the class will collaborate on joint projects investigating feeding rates of spiders and their importance in controlling the numbers of insects (by conducting a field study on or near school grounds). Designed for both middle and high school students
    The Behavior of Ants
    (by David Shindelman)
    Middle school students will use the steps of the Scientific Method to independently develop and test their own ideas through experimentation with ants. Students will take part in a four-part study of the behavior of ants.

70. Carolina Biological: Carolina Professional Development: Lesson Plans
teach Microscope Skills with WOWBugs™ By Robert W is available from Carolina BiologicalSupply Company or Systems, which includes several activities on WOWBug
E-Tips newsletters Sign up for our E- T ips newsletters and receive information about classroom activities, new products and services, and other resources to make your job better and easier. Teach Microscope Skills with WOWBugs™
By Robert W. Matthews and Janice R. Matthews Grade levels:
Life science, biology, natural history, entomology, and zoology
Using a microscope, handling and observing living organisms, preparing a dry mount microscope slide, and making a scientific drawing
Estimated class time:
Fits in unit:
Introductory unit for biology and plants
As an outcome of this activity, students will: Learn the parts of a microscope and how they work Discover how to manipulate materials under a microscope Recognize how to measure a microscope’s field of view under various magnifications Find out how to handle a small living organism Practice observational skills with a living organism Practice estimating and measuring skills using a microscope Learn to do a scientific drawing Materials (for each student, pair, or group)

71. Products Health-Science, Inc.
Dare to teach what you shied away from before. BioWeb Search InternetBiology Lessons. Fiftyfive activities using pre-screened web sites.

72. Insects, Arachnids, & Annelids Teacher Resources - NBII
discussion topics, and activities that teach kids about the This activity examinesthese relationships by allowing by the Center for Biological Informatics of
Grades K-3
Africanized Honey Bees on the Move: Lesson Plans From the University of Arizona's Africanized Honey Bee Education Project, this site includes lesson plans for K-12 teachers on issues such as pollination, the importance of bees for agriculture, bee identification, honeybee communication, bee life cycles, cultural attitudes towards bees, and more. The Amateur Entomologists' Society's Bug Club for Young Entomologists Although many of the events and activities on this site are available only to UK students, it nevertheless offers useful information for the care of classroom insects and arachnids, as well as games, a kids' newsletter, and a forum for educators to share insights regarding invertebrate education. The Arachnology Home Page From Belgium, this site bills itself as "a repository and directory of arachnological information on the Internet." With more than 1000 links, AHP provides a host of resources for students K-university. Included subject areas: primary education; courses & educational projects; museum & zoo exhibitions; arachnologists' research home pages; arachnophobia; myths, stories, poems, & art; taxonomy, classification, & DNA databases; publications, databases, & societies; conferences; collections; and books & reports. Spiders Students learn about the benefits of spiders, as well as their habitats and life cycles, how and why they spin webs, and more in this comprehensive unit from the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory in Austin, TX. Also available in

73. Mission To Mars
Whether you re teaching astronomy or biology, here you ll find ideas and The MarsSundial will be the focus of many educational activities during this mission.
Artists behold the beauty of the heavens and scientists want to learn how it all works. Bringing Mars into your classroom fosters an appreciation of the beauty of another world and offers the excitement of discovery. Children with interests across a wide spectrum can have fun learning about the Athena mission. Whether you're teaching astronomy or biology, here you'll find ideas and inspiration for bringing the science of the solar system to your students. The Mars Sundial will be the focus of many educational activities during this mission. See the following lesson plans: You can also use these external links as a resource to help your students learn more about time, the Sun, and sundials: Students and Teachers to Explore Mars Click here to learn more See a list of participating schools
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74. LaSIP Science @ Nicholls Year 5
I teach at Thibodaux High School/Thibodaux in Lafourche parish.I teach grades 1012/BiologyI II. I hope to gain some new lab activities that I can share\default.htm

75. Resources For Middle School Science--3.38-- Activities To Teach Mathematics In T
Program. 3.38 activities to teach Mathematics in the Context of EnvironmentalStudies. Barbara Thomson and Martin Hartog. Columbus
Wildlife and Humanity: Can We Share the Earth?
California Smith, Water Investigator: Water Education Program
Activities to Teach Mathematics in the Context of Environmental Studies.
Barbara Thomson and Martin Hartog. Columbus, Ohio: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education, 1993. Recommended grade level:
Activities to Teach Mathematics in the Context of Environmental Studies contains 35 activities that teach mathematics and problem-solving skills. The activities are designed to respond to the standards of the National Council of Teachers in Mathematics (NCTM) and to promote integrated mathematics and science learning, global awareness, and issue-oriented instruction. Topics covered include energy and natural resources, plants and animals, population growth, solid waste disposal, transportation, water, and weather. Price:
Publisher/supplier: ERIC Clearinghouse.
Materials: Available locally, or from commercial suppliers.
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76. Useful KS3 Science Links - Resources For Teachers - http// Build a better pyramid by insulatingit (interactive activity). reference for teachers on how to teach the subject
Teaching - Kat Street
Science Resources for Teachers: KS3 web sites
Jump straight to:
Best Chemistry, Physics and Biology sites

Year 7
Year 8 Year 9 ...
(sites that are great but just don't seem to fit into the QCA)
Contact details
Use Ctrl F or to search for key words.
Sites that cover all topics
BBC Bitesize
Complete revision for KS3 SATs.  The site contains revision information and tests/questions for the pupils to try.  It is probably best given to the pupils to look at in their own time (either at home or in the library), or used for research for class projects.
KS3 Bitesize Science Challenge game.
Is technically KS2, but contains a lot of very useful activities and information which make good introductions to topics and/or work for weaker pupils.
Great Barr School - Online Laboratory

77. MOE TEACH - Degree Holders Criteria
with Honours degrees are deployed to teach at the expected to take up CoCurricularActivities at the 1, Biological Science - Plant biology Animal biology, Yes,
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ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR DEGREE HOLDERS If you have a university degree, you may apply to be an English medium teacher.
If you wish to be a Mother Tongue Language (MTL) / Art / Music teacher, the following criteria must be met: Teaching Mother Tongue Language (MTL)
You must have read the MTL as a major in university.
For secondary school teaching, NIE requires that you pass the Chinese / Malay / Tamil Language Entrance Proficiency Test (EPT) if you do not meet the exemption criteria
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Teaching Art at the Secondary Level One of the following criteria must be met:
  • Minimum Grade C in Art at ´A´ Level Professional Art Diploma from LaSalle / NAFA
Note: Admission is subject to a portfolio assessment by NIE. Teaching Music at the Secondary Level One of the following criteria must be met:
  • ABRSM Grade 7 for Practical or equivalent Pass in Music at ´A´ Level Professional music qualification from LaSalle or NAFA
Admission is subject to an audition by NIE.

78. Teach
The student will investigate and understand the history of biological concepts 10.1The student will participate in and repost small group learning activities.
Xenotransplantation : The Societal Impact
Teacher Information WebQuest Home Page
Designed by: Jennifer Bresler, Suzy Chenault, Nicole Hutson, and Julia Weed
Background Curriculum Standards Implementation ... Conclusion Introduction Take Two , a play produced by the Virginia Science Museum , is intended for high school students and addresses issues dealing with organ transplantation. The teacher resource guide that accompanies the play is a compilation of lesson plans, discussion suggestions, and activities to supplement the use of this play in the classroom. This WebQuest is an optional activity which incorporates biology and technology to help students understand xenotransplantation and it's impact on society through research on the World Wide Web. Through this lesson, students will examine the controversies surrounding xenotransplantation by working in groups to role-play specific organizations known to be for and against the issue. The role-playing will take the form of presentations/debates before the hypothetical U.S. Committee on Bioethics. Students will act as members of the Committee and vote on legislation aimed at banning xenotransplantation. Their votes should represent their personal viewpoints defined through their own group's research and/or the presentations of other groups. The synthesis of researching, presenting, and debating the issue should provide the students with a wealth of information on the current controversy surrounding the recent breakthroughs in xenotransplantation.

79. Cartoons And Paper Aeroplanes Teach Physics
Cartoons and paper aeroplanes teach physics Sept the fresh opportunity to reignitestudents` enthusiasm for all school subjects and extra curricular activities.
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80. CBMG
individual agents act synergistically to enhance the antimicrobial activity. on goinginformation explosions in biology and the in to the classes that I teach.
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Spencer A. Benson
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Ph.D. - University of Chicago, 1978
Research Interests: Bacterial Evolution and the Biology of Traditional Herbal Medicines My laboratory group is currently engaged in several areas of research, which uses bacteria as model systems to look at important biological problems. The areas of research are:
  • Bacterial adaptation and evolution during long extended non-lethal selections for enhanced characteristics, and Analyses of the biological activities present in traditional Chinese herbal medicines.
Much of our understanding about the biology of gene regulation, physiology, adaptation, and evolution comes from bacterial systems. Most studies involve rapidly growing cells. However in nature this is the exception rather than the rule. Cells repeatedly experience situations where they do not divide or divide infrequently due to resource limitations. We seek to understand how cells adapt and evolve during such periods. Paradoxically, this state seems to help direct mutational events to adaptively beneficial genes. This has been termed adaptive mutation and has raised a heated debate in the scientific community. Our goal is to study how cells genetically adapt to conditions of limited or no growth and to ascertain the molecular mechanism(s) used to evolve new or enhanced genetic constructs during such periods. Our current focus is to understand how the adaptive mutation response is regulated and identify the genes that are involved in it regulation.

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