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Amazing Biology Teaching Resources
All teacher documents were originally created in Microsoft Word and some were saved as Web Pages. Those may be easily copied and pasted back into Word for making any changes desired. However, some of the files don't translate back into Word that well. So, some files are in Word only. Where files are in both htm or html and Word you can click on the Word icon after the link. You can save the Word files in Word and make any changes you want. If you don't have Microsoft Word, you can get Word Viewer or download the free LibreOffice to open and edit the files.
The biology corner
The pages I created were mainly designed to help students and teachers supplement their classroom lessons. The majority of the worksheets and articles can be printed (or just viewed online). I plan to add more mobile content and adjust my curriculum to match new Common Core Standards and Next Generation Science Standards. In the future, I hope to add more interactive content, or apps that work on devices that can improve student success.
The mission of the Curriculum and Instruction Resource Center Linking Educators (CIRCLE) is to serve as a comprehensive source for locating the ever-expanding array of resources for Seventh-day Adventist educators as they continue the teaching ministry of Jesus Christ.
High School Biology Teaching Resources
Welcome to the biology channel, where we have free resources on a number of topics including cell biology, ecology, genetics, physiology and more.
National Association of Biology Teachers
The National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) is the “leader in life science education.” Since its inception in 1938, thousands of educators have joined NABT to share experiences and expertise with colleagues from around the world, keep up with trends and developments in the field, and grow professionally.
The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) is the profession’s mechanism to help establish high quality teacher preparation. Through the process of professional accreditation of schools, colleges and departments of education, NCATE works to make a difference in the quality of teaching and teacher preparation today, tomorrow, and for the next century. NCATE’s performance-based system of accreditation fosters competent classroom teachers and other educators who work to improve the education of all P-12 students. NCATE believes every student deserves a caring, competent, and highly qualified teacher.
Resources for Teaching and Learning Biology
The American Institute of Biological Sciences is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) scientific association dedicated to advancing biological research and education for the welfare of society. AIBS works to ensure that the public, legislators, funders, and the community of biologists have access to and use information that will guide them in making informed decisions about matters that require biological knowledge. The organization does this through informing decisions by providing peer-reviewed or vetted information about the biology field and profession and by catalyzing action through building the capacity and the leadership of the community to address matters of common concern. Learn more about the organization's recent work by reading our annual reports.
Eva B. Dykes Library Libguides by Oakwood University is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.