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- "Unofficial" Biology Teachers Home Page
James' page is designed to help biology teachers find resouces that they can use in teaching various aspects of biology. It is also designed to help teachers use the Internet in their curriculum and make teaching of biology more fun for the teacher and the students
- 23 Peaks Expedition
This site follows the journies of a team of explorers as they journey through the Americas to climb the highest peak of each nation in North, South, and Central America.
- A Salute to Our Black Pioneers
This site, produced by Adonis Productions, provides links related to African American history.
- Academic Books Online
Bantam Doubleday Dell has created a service which allows professors and teachers to browser through BDD's academic course adoption titles by discipline for quick access to potential new coursee adoption titles for their fall and spring semesters.
- American South Servers
An internet educational resource list focusing on the South Eastern U.S.
- Ask Orkin
The Ask Orkin site contains resources for bug information (and a virtual cockroach!). It is an interactive, educational site with information on termites, roaches, fleas, and ants. There are even bug recipes.
- AskERIC Partners
A consortium of organizations all focused on gathering high quality educational information while exploring the boundaries of today's networking technology.
- AskERIC Toolbox
This set of tools provides access to various sites on the Internet where diverse information can be obtained electronically.
- Australian National University
The Australian National University makes various resource material available via its hypermedia servers.
- Australian Science Archives Project
ASAP, (Australian Science Archives Project) provides access to a wide range of resources on the history of science and technology, focusing particularly on Australia.
BELNET is the Belgian research network.
- Benjamin Franklin: Glimpses of the Man
This quick glimpse at the long life (1706 - 1790) of a complex man is meant to help you learn about Ben Franklin and also to let you see how Ben's ideas are still alive in our world today.
- Best of Kidopedia
A Kidopedia is an encyclopedia written by children. Schools across the world are making their own Kidopedia's, and the best articles from each are collected here.
The BioChemNet is a directory of web resources for biology and chemistry teachers. The following topics are represented: general biology, cell biology, genetics, microbiology, immunology, biotechnology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry.
- BreakThrough Online
BreakThrough Online is part of a national education and outreach initiative created to connect students, teachers, and parents to existing science education services and resources. This site has ties with the PBS series "BreakThrough: The Changing Face of Science in America".
- Carl Hayden Bee Research Center
Their research mission is to improve crop pollination and honey bee colony productivity through quantitative ecological studies of honey bee behavior, physiology, pests and diseases, and feral honey bee bionomics.
- Carlos' Coloring Book
Choose the color you want to use from the menu, and click in the picture where you want to color! Great for users with a slow connection!
- Cells Alive!
Cells Alive! is a site containing animated GIFs and QuickTime movies featuring cells and other microscopic objects.
- Center for Excellence in Education
CEE is a private non-profit organization. Their programs are free and are open to students and teachers regardless of race, color, creed or economic background. The only criterion for participation is academic excellence.
- Center for Networked Information Discovery & Retrieval
This WWW server is used to publish various papers, reports, and other information.
- Chicago Academy of Sciences
Dedicated to increasing the understanding and appreciation of science through programs that focus on the natural environment.
- Children's Literature Web Page
A detailed guide to children's literature with scores of valuble links.
- Collaborative Visualization (CoVis)
This is a connection to two servers that provide K-12 teachers and students with online resources specially designed to support project-based inquiry in the Geological Sciences.
- Complete Works of William Shakespeare
This is a server of the complete works of William Shakespeare, provided by MIT's newspaper, The Tech.
A new Canadian children's publisher, committed to bringing books simultaneously to print and to the electronic highway. These books are offered here for your interest and enjoyment.
- Cool Word of the Day
Each day a new word is featured for your edification.
- Cornell Theory Center Math and Science Gateway
This collection of resources provides high school educators with information in a variety of areas.
- Corporation for Public Broadcasting's Science and Mathematics Resources
An attempt to catalog all the useful resources for science and mathematics teaching and learning.
- Cuisenaire Learning Place
You can explore Cuisenaire products in the Teaching Tools area, find links to educational sites, preview educational programs, find out about upcoming educational conferences, and more.
- David Bower's Educational Marketplace
David Bower, a physics teacher at Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Institute in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, has put together a site where educators arould the world can obtain excellent teaching materials. Educators can also visit other schools and learning environments.
- Discovery - Insights through advanced computing
The Cornell Theory Center has been dedicated to high performance computing in science and engineering. Their projects shatter the limits of traditional disciplines yet also serve to connect them in our efforts to learn new truths.
- Discovery/Learning Channel Web Project
This is a pilot effort to encourage new ways for teachers, learners and their educational partners to use the programs that air on The Discovery Channel and The Learning Channel.
- Dr. Chordate Sings!
Dr. Jeff Moran at the University of Missouri-Columbia has put together a series of audio tapes featuring humorous songs about science.
EcoNet serves organizations and individuals who are working for environmental preservation and sustainability. EcoNet builds coalitions and partnerships with individuals, activist organizations and non-profit organizations to develop the use of the electronic communications medium.
- Educational Structures
Educational Structures provides a way of tying the Internet to everyday classroom experiences with educator-developed lesson plans, thematic activities and joint ventures, and a number of online, commercial, "real time" and encyclopedic resources.
- Educators Guide to the Internet
Developed by the Virginia Space Grant Consortium, the Educator's Guide to the Internet is a user-friendly guide to make the Internet work for you.
A subscription service providing professional e-journals and resources to its members.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting's guide to a broad range of educational topics from legislation to resources.
- Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Math & Science Education.
The purpose of the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse (ENC) is to provide K-12 teachers with a central source of information on mathematics and science curriculum materials. The United States Department of Education funds ENC through a contract with The Ohio State University.
- Electric Book
Electric Book is an educational resource of electronic, video and printed material to assist schools and students. Shakespeare, poetry and literature are featured with directions on obtaining fully annotated copies of Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, King Lear, Othello and Julius Ceaser on disk which also contain interactive essay writing guides.
- Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational
Offering two major product lines: K-12 Curriculum products in the areas of Science, Math, and Geography, and Supplemental Learning products consisting of multimedia CD-ROMs, videos, and books.
Dinos 'N More! at The U.C. Berkeley Paleontology Exhibit (warning-lots of BIG images!).
- Enrico Talin's Italy, Math, and Science Education Links
http://www.tradenet.it has a host of links about Italy, plus Enrico has put together a decent list of math and science links.
- Environmental Education on the Internet
The National Consortium for Environmental Education and Training (NCEET) is dedicated to fostering environmental consciousness through education. Their goal is to encourage individuals to appreciate and respect the total environment, and to incorporate environmental strategies into their lives.
- Eureka--You've Found It!
Eureka--You've Found It! contains items on the subject of science such as hands-on products and materials, lesson plans, science fair projects, catalogs, publications, and varied other items.
The Explorer data base is being developed jointly by the Great Lakes Collaborative and the University of Kansas' UNITE group to engage educators and students in creating and using "on time" multimedia resources for active learning.
- Faces of Science: African-Americans in the Sciences
A temporal look at African-Americans in the sciences.
- Finest Kite Page
A good jumpstation in the world of kiting.
- Free Educational Computer Games
Sam provides this site as a service to other educators. Ten free educational computer games that develp math and problem solving skills are available. The games have been used in teacher training at Ohio State University and in hundreds of schools throughout the country.
- Games and Interactive Fun in Teaching
As a member of my school's reform team, Ron developed a line of interactive classroom gaming equipment designed specifically for teachers.
- Give Water a Hand
Give Water a Hand is a program of the University of Wisconsin - Environmental Resources Center, designed to teach young people about water conservation.
- Global Campus
An emerging World Wide Web project containing a variety of outstanding educational materials.
- GRAND CANYON National Park
This page is a starting point for your explorations of the grandest canyon on Earth, the GRAND CANYON of the Colorado River.
- Great Lakes Collaborative
Instructors from Michigan, Pennsylvania and New York are all part of the GLC Teacher Network. As a member of the Great Lakes Collaborative, the entire school will benefit from many available resources including, training materials and facilitated on-line interactive projects.
- Great Lakes Information Network
GLIN is a cooperative project of agencies and organizations in the region that work together to make their Great Lakes regional information available online via GLIN, thus providing one place to look for information about the Great Lakes region.
Greenpeace was conceived in 1971 in Vancouver, Canada to create a green and peaceful world.
- Helicopter and Snowplow Videos
Bill Aaron Productions features videos about helicopters and snowplows.
- Highway to Science -- Grades 4-7
Paul Grey and Kirk Coleman have created this site to encourage teachers to use science and hands-on activities and experiments directly realted to British Columbian Science learning outcomes.
- Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
A page for anyone interested in the Hitchiker's Guide Culture.
- Houghton Mifflin School Division
Education Place is a free online resource for teachers, parents, and students produced by Houghton Mifflin School Division. Education Place features links to the best educational resources, several online games, weekly brainteasers, and a searchable activity database.
- Ideas for Infusion into the Curriculum
The information in this file is the result of Internet "prospecting" and teamwork by 24 eastern Nebraska teachers at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and 22 teachers and trainers from the University of Texas at Austin.
- Interactive Frog Dissection
SAVE A FROG! The Interactive Frog Dissection was designed for use in high school biology classrooms. Research with pre-WWW versions of this program suggests that it is a valuable preparation tool or even a useful substitute for laboratory dissection.
- International Arctic Project
The IAP expedition is a four month historic journey, designed to draw attention to the vital importance of the Arctic's ecosystem and the critical role it plays in sustaining a healthy global environment.
Internaut is an online magazine for users of the Internet, provided by Internaut Books.
- Internet Public Library
This project represents a vision of the useful roles played by libraries and librarians as they might be performed on the Internet.
- Internet Resources For Music Teachers
- Jack Brown's Bugs in the News
A section on little critters of more than a little interest.
- Jake's World
Jake's World videos deliver clear, consistent messages that help children learn that growing up is a great adventure to be enjoyed through safe, healthy, positive actions and attitudes.
- JASON Project
Dr. Robert D. Ballard founded the JASON Project in 1989, after he discovered the RMS Titanic. Each year, a two-week scientific expedition is mounted in a remote part of the world and broadcast in real-time, using state-of-the-art technology, to a network of educational, research, and cultural institutions.
- Joseph Wu's Origami Page
An excellent collection of examples, excercise and origins of Origami (paper folding) that children of all ages will find fun and educational.
- K-12 Mathematics Projects
Andrea Levy, a graduate student at the University of Washington, has assembled a site designed to help K-12 teachers and students put together mathematics projects.
- K-12 Networking
This project is designed to plan the future of network-based education in the County schools. The National Science Foundation, in cooperation with the Blacksburg Electronic Village, the Virginia Tech Departments of Education and Computer Science, and the Montgomery County School System are the sponsors.
- Kansas City Southwest High School Planetarium
This facility offers an opportunity to incorporate the use of a planetarium with regular programs of instruction. It is designed to provide students an opportunity to develop a greater appreciation of our place in the universe as well as a world that is becoming increasingly technological.
A communications playground just for kids ages 8 to 12.
- Leland and Gray Union High School
- Lighthouse Getaway
Over 125 images of Lighthouses throughout the world, with interesting and informative descriptions of each.
- M.C. Escher Homepage
A collection of over 200 JPEG images of Escher works, thumbnailed and indexed by title and year, containing the complete works from 1937-1969 and a selected collection of prints from 1916-1936, as well as a brief biography of Escher's life.
- Macmillan/McGraw-Hill School Division
Macmillan/McGraw-Hill School Division is a leading publisher of multimedia products and other educational products for teachers of children K-8. Its new site provides teachers with product information, lesson plans and links to other educational resources.
This site is produced by the Marion Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to building relationships among students, parents and educators by implementing innovative community programs and educational projects.
- Math Magic
MathMagic is a K-12 telecommunications project developed in El Paso, Texas. It provides strong motivation for students to use computer technology while increasing problem-solving strategies and communications skills.
Through the use of integrated explorations students create opportunities to explore mathematical concepts and definitions. Developed by Victoria University of Technology.
Don's materials are for grades K-12, young people with adult help, adults, pre-calculus students, teachers, teachers of teachers, and parents.
- Mayaquest Adventure
Students interact with archeological teams in Guatemala, Mexico, Belize and Honduras via computers to help unravel one of the greatest mysteries of all time: the collapse of the ancient Maya civilization. Students can help make decisions, pose questions, and consider problems pivotal to the archeologist's research - allowing young people to actually help make discoveries.
- Microsociology Software Gallery
The Microsociology Software Gallery features online resources for teaching in sociology, psychology, international education, and related areas. Interactive Macintosh software is available for download.
- Monarch Watch - Univ. of Kansas Entomology
The goals of this project are to further science education, particularily in primary and secondary school systems, to promote conservation of monarch butterflies and to involve thousands of students and adults in a cooperative study of the monarch's fall migration.
- National Learning Infrastructure Initiative
The National Learning Infrastructure Initiative is a membership coalition of institutions and organizations sponsored by Educom to help create a National Learning Infrastructure
- National Science Foundation
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent agency of the U.S. Government, established by the National Science Foundation Act of 1950. Its mission is to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; and to secure the national defense.
- NCREL North Central Regional Educational Laboratory
The project "Pathways" addresses critical issues identified by educators, researchers, and community leaders. National leaders in each area provide practical, research-based solutions to these issues. Contributors to Pathways come from America's leading educational research centers and universities.
- Neuroscience Resources for Kids
This site has been created for elementary and secondary school students and teachers who would like to learn more about the nervous system.
- Newton BBS
Newton is a free, nationwide Electronic Bulletin Board Bystem (BBS) for science, math, and computer science/technology teachers and students.
- NickNacks: Collaborative Education on the Internet
NickNacks provides strategies for educators on managing collaborative Internet projects. It also provides practical tips on participing in, developing and leading a project, exchanging files and collaborating across platforms. The site also includes Internet tools, resources, sample projects and lesson plans.
- Odyssey of the Mind
Odyssey of the Mind is a world-wide, nonprofit organization that promotes creative team-based problem solving in a school program for students from kindergarten through college.
- On the Horizon
The online environmental scanning newletter for leaders in education.
The creators and staff of Pathways are dedicated to the academic advancement and personal growth of students. In a nutshell, Pathways was created to encourage goal setting, academic achievement, improvement in TAAS scores, personal and social development, successful money management, knowledge of current issues, and student interest in reading newspapers.
PedagoNet contains a classified database where educators can post material or search for other materials that other educators might have. In a sense, it's like a newspaper's classified section.
- PEP: Resources for Parents, Educators, and Publishers
PEP is an informational resource for parents, educators and publishers of children's software. It provides a comprehensive look at the children's software industry, with industry news, product reviews, software ratings, teaching resources, and a searchable database. Updated daily.
- Pitsco Resources for Teachers
The Pitsco Resouces page provides a jump point to educational resouces.
- Project Bartleby: The Public Library of the Internet
Columbia University's Project Bartleby is currently one of the largest public collections of on-line literature, and is considered the finest example of public electronic publishing--maintaining strict editorial and quality-control procedures.
- PSC Meteorology Program Cloud Boutique
The Plymouth State College Meteorology Program has developed this server to provide explanations of and access to detailed pictures of some basic cloud forms.
- Reaching Children from Violent Homes
This touching drama is designed to show children in homes with domestic violence that there are things they can do to help themselves.
- Regional Alliance
The Regional Alliance for Mathematics and Science Education Reform supports and enhances the efforts of educators, policy makers, administrators and teachers to improve science/mathematics teaching and learning in grades K-12.
- Renaissance Dante in Print
This Exhibition presents Renaissance editions of Dante's Divine Comedy from the John A. Zahm, C.S.C., Dante Collection at the University of Notre Dame, together with selected treasures from The Newberry Library.
- Rockingham School
Rockingham School is a P-9 school that is a part of the Halifax District School Board.
Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- Sackville Centennial School
Sackville Centennial was built in 1967 and was named to celebrate Canada's one hundredth birthday.
Located in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- Science And Math Initiatives-SAMI
The goal of this project is improving math and science education in rural settings. Sponsored by Boulder Valley School District, Boulder, Colorado. Funded by the Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project and the US West Foundation, and supported by the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
- Science Education Software @ Stanford
Macintosh Educational Software for Math K-8, Chemistry 5-12, Latin/Greek/French/Spanish for 9-12 and university level.
- Science Fair 95-CMS
Cyberspace Middle School's electronic science fair.
- Science For The Millennium
This site is a VIDEO-INTENSIVE prototype Web science exposition highlighting NCSA's contriubtions to advancing scientific knowledge IN ALPHA VERSION. Designed for diverse audiences with varying technical backgrounds, it currently focuses chiefly on astronomy and astrophysics, advanced computatin, and virtual environments (as of 6-18-96).
- Science House at North Carolina State University
This is the learning outreach center of the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences of North Carolina State University - a program to increase student enthusiasm for the sciences and mathematics.
- Shell Centre for Mathematical Education
The Shell Centre for Mathematical Education is a centre for research and development within the School of Education at the University of Nottingham.
- Silly Songs For All
Walter and Phyllis have put together a book of 62 silly songs. You can hear a sound sample of Walter and Phyllis singing one of the songs from the book.
- Smithsonian Institute
The Smithsonian Institution's web page provides links to most of their museums and selected exhibitions.
- Software for Environmental Awareness
Educators looking for more links may also start at http://www.epa.gov/Region5/home.html .
- Space Shuttle-Astro2 Project
Astro-2 is a high-tech observatory flying for 16 days in the payload bay of the Space Shuttle Endeavour during the STS-67 mission. This page invites you to share in the discoveries made by astronomers, and, for the first time, participate in a Shuttle mission AS IT'S HAPPENING !
- Special Education Department at the University of Kansas
Provides a variety of professional opportunities for students committed to the improvement of lifestyles for children, youth, and adult with disabilities.
- Superkids Educational Software Review
Superkids provides reviews of childrens' software by parent, teachers, and kids. It also contains surveys of low-priced online and mail-order software stores and information on technology and education for parents and teachers.
- SuperQuest: High School Supercomputing Challenge
SuperQuest is a national computational science competition for high school teachers and students. They are to develop prototype solutions to scientific problems that require the tools and technologies of a high-performance computing environment.
- Teaching English as a Second Language
An Ejournal dedicated to the field of TESL.
- Teaching Tip of the Day
Daily Teaching Tip of the Teacher's Edition Online.
- Texas Education Network (TENET)
The purpose of the Texas Education Network, TENET, is to advance and promote education by providing a transparent communications infrastructure which can be used to foster innovation and educational excellence in Texas.
- The Exploratorium
The Exploratorium is a museum of science, art, and human perception with over 650 interactive "hands on" exhibits.
- The GrafEq Homepage
GrafEq is an intuitive and robust implicit relation graphing program for teaching high school mathematics. The site contains galleries of interesting graphs, tutorials, lesson plans and enrichment exercises, demo screenshots and animation movies, and downloadable demo versions of GrafEq.
- The Great Cardboard Boat Regatta Homepage
- The Heart: A Virtual Exploration
Discover the complexities of the heart's development and structure, and wander through the weblike body systems.
- The Interactive Santa Fe Trail Homepage
This site provids many links related to the Santa Fe Trail.
- The International Wolf Center
The mission of the International Wolf Center is to support the survival of wolves by being a focal point for worldwide environmental education about the wolf, the wolf's interrelationships with other species, and its role within human cultures. It plans to educate the public by offering the most up-to-date, accurate wolf information possible.
- The Internet Webseum of Holography
This site is the first "virtual" museum of holography on the Internet, and also contains a page for younger, elementary visitors.
- The Nine Planets
A Multimedia Tour of the Solar System with text, pictures, sounds and an occasional movie.
- The Observatorium
The Observatorium is NASA's public access site for earth and space data. It introduces the basic concepts and applications of remote sensing using simple examples and jargon-free text, and also contains a searchable database providing abstracts and analysis of other remote sensing Internet resources.
- The Planetary Society Information Server
The Planetary Society, which is the largest nongovernmental space organization on Earth, was founded by Carl Sagan and Bruce Murray to encourage the exploration of our solar system and the search for extraterrestrial life.
- The Weather Unit
Lessons from this lesson database are intended for distribution to other educators on a nonprofit basis.
Traditions offers Jewish music and books for children.
- U.S. Department of Education (ED)
Their mission is to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence throughout the nation.
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
The EPA provides the comprehensive "Access EPA" document describing environmental information, as well as a number of other pointers to Information Locators that can be obtained from the EPA and related organizations.
- Volcano World
VolcanoWorld brings modern and near real time volcano information to specific target audiences and other users of the Internet.
- Web66: A K12 World Wide Web Project
The Web66 project is designed to facilitate the introduction of this technology into K12 schools. The goals of this project are:
WebElements is a periodic table database. This page contains links to data for the first 105 elements.
The WebMuseum is a collaborative work of its visitors contributing to expand and improve art and culture on the internet at the WebMuseum.
- Welcome to the Planets
This is a collection of many of the best images from NASA's planetary exploration program. The collection has been extracted from the interactive program "Welcome to the Planets" which is available and distributed on the Planetary Data System Educational CD-ROM. Two formats of the CD-ROM are available. (March 1995)
- White House
An interactive citizen's handbook from Washington, D.C.
- Wilderness Society
This on-line archive of fact sheets is provided by the Internet Multicasting Service and the Wilderness Society, the nation's only conservation organization devoted primarily to public lands protection and management issues.
The purpose of WILDFLOWERS is to organize wildflower information in one place and to identify other related WWW resources. Newly updated as of May 20, 1996.
- Winnie the Pooh Pages
Winnie the Pooh's CyberCorner is dedicated to A.A.Milne's world of the Hundred Acre Wood and the characters to be found there.
- Winterlude Snow Sculpture Exhibit
Ice and snow carvers from Japan, the United States, the Netherlands,Australia, France, Italy and Canada gather in Ottawa each year to compete at Winterlude - Ottawa's midwinter fun-fest designed to cure us of cabin fever.
- World of the Vikings
The National Museum of Denmark has woven links from here to most of the Viking history related resources on the internet.
- WOW Word of the Week
The Word of the Week was created by RES Software, creators of World of Words, to bring students a new word each week to improve vocabulary skills. This site also includes links to World of Words, and a demo is available for the Macintosh.
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