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Deborah Steinmiller

Explore Biology | Teachers' Center | Biology Teaching Resources - 64 views

    AP Biology Review resources
Holly Barlaam

UC's AP Biology Resources - 38 views

    A site from the University of California with lots of resources for AP Biology.
Martin Burrett

Free resource to support Biology A-level from @ThePhySoc - 10 views

    "A free resource to help teachers and students to gain a deeper understanding of how the body works has been launched by The Physiological Society in partnership with the University of Liverpool. The resource, a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), has been specifically designed to support the A-level Biology curriculum, with a focus on the respiratory, cardiovascular and nervous systems."
Holly Barlaam

American Physiological Society Archive - 0 views

    A collaborative archive of teaching resources. Teachers may submit resources to be published as well. Came across this while looking for anatomy resources, but there are a lot of science resources here not restricted to anatomy.
Marc Patton

BioEd Online: Biology Teacher Resources - 2 views

    biology teacher resources
Sharin Tebo

JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching - 62 views

  • All of them responded that Twitter allows them to build connections with educators beyond those in their immediate vicinity. These connections are purposefully made as a way to find and share resources and to provide and receive support. For example, Participant 8 stated, “My primary purpose is to connect with other teachers, so that I can learn from them and share resources that I find.” Similarly, Participant 9 wrote, “I am the only biology teacher at my school. I use it [Twitter] as a means of obtaining advice, resources and collaboration…I also use it to find out about new tech tools.”
  • Twitter has helped me to build a strong professional reputation
  • they follow educators. They also follow content experts and others who share professional interests.
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  • Participants explained that they choose to follow people who are open, positive, and constructive.
  • “If their tweets seem to be of interest - providing ideas or resources, as opposed to just opinion - I will network with them.” Similarly, Participant 6 stated, “I look for people who interact and don't just post links.”
  • those they trust
  • Survey results show that nine out of ten of the respondents were able to give concrete examples of collaboration that occurred with fellow Twitter users.
  • Since Twitter is considered to be a social networking website, one aspect of this study looked at dialogue that transpired between followers to show evidence of collaborative conversations rather than unidirectional sharing of information.
  • These examples included ideas such as creating units, sharing of resources, students collaborating on projects between classrooms, exchanging professional materials and readings, writing book chapters, and even co-presenting at conferences.
  • beyond 140-character messages. That teachers moved discussions to forums that allow for deeper discussion and expansion of ideas is encouraging; Twitter does not seem to be a place to collaborate in depth, but rather to make those initial connections - a "jumping off" point.
  • how using Twitter has benefited them professionally. Four unique themes emerged from their responses: Access to resources Supportive relationships Increased leadership capacity Development of a professional vision
  • practical resources and ideas as a benefit.
  • opportunities for them to take leadership roles in developing professional development, organizing conferences, publishing, and grant writing.
  • This research study provides new insight into how teachers use social networking sites such as Twitter for professional purposes.
    Impacts of Twitter on professional lives
JD Pennington

Diigo in College/University - 248 views

Some questions: Is it possible to get an RSS feed of group annotated links that are no longer live pages, but are instead highlighted static pages? This way I can get a feed of a the links that ...

education diigo

Jay Swan

50 Really Cool Online Tools for Science Teachers - 153 views

    A 21st-century education revolves around the Internet for everything from collaboration, tools, lessons, and even earning degrees online. If you are looking for ways to integrate online learning into your science class, then take a look at these cool online tools that are just perfect for both teachers and students.

Curriki - WhyWhalesDontHaveLegs - 48 views

    Why Whales Don't Have Legs is a well known activity with high school and middle school marine biology teachers
Jay Swan

Microbial Life - Educational Resources - 38 views

    From the site: "This site contains a variety of educational and supporting materials for students and teachers of microbiology. You will find information about microorganisms, extremophiles and extreme habitats, as well as links to online provides information about the ecology, diversity and evolution of micro-organisms for students, K-12 teachers, university faculty, and the general public. "
Holly Barlaam

Anatomy Corner - 95 views

    Anatomy resources for teachers and students; sister-site to the great site
Linda Zwillick

ARKive Education - Homepage - 2 views

    ARKive Education. A free multi-media resource for teachers and educators.
Jay Swan - 34 views

    From site: "Developed for teachers and students, we find the best science interactives & resources in the world. Framed by the National Science Education Standards, we are a research & review web site."
Holly Barlaam

Findings Magazine - 58 views

    Findings--magazine published by National Institutes of Health. Focus is on how science improves health. Many school resources here.
Holly Barlaam

#SciDo Collaborative - 67 views

    First Chat then Do! The SciDo Collaborative is a loose affiliation of science teachers coming together to help support the teaching of science in k12 classrooms. It is an attempt to make the ideas shared during #scichat into something tangible and useful.
Holly Barlaam

Science NetLinks - 88 views

    Great lesson plans and interactive animations/activities on many different science subjects
Martin Burrett

Cosmo Learning - 65 views

    A superb site with a large amount of lecture videos for college students and teachers.
Mr. Loftus

Welcome to NBC Learn - 81 views

  • NBC Learn interviews athletes, coaches, and scientists in this original 16-part series, and unravels the physics, biology, chemistry, and materials engineering behind the Olympic Winter Games.
  • NBC News Archives on Demand (K-12) is a collection of NBC News videos, primary source documents, images, and resources specifically designed for use in the K-12 classroom.
  • Thousands of searchable and downloadable videos (1930s to Today) Video content aligned to State Standards Current Events updated regularly Sciences, Social Studies, Language Arts, Health and Business Personalized playlists for teachers and students
Holly Barlaam

Sumanas, Inc Animations - 101 views

    Nice range of scientific animations
    Lots of great science animations. Examples include independent assortment, evolution of cellular organelles, mitosis, cellular respiration, reflex arcs, construction of a DNA library. Also includes chemistry and astronomy animations. Great stuff.
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