Biology Teacher's Home Page
Review by Edward Eugene Belyea.
Reprinted from the EdRes mailing list.
The Biology Teacher's Home Page is a web site created and maintained by Mr. J. Covey, a biology teacher in Springfield, Illinois. This web site was developed so that biology teachers could find easy access to viable teaching resources, and so teachers could use the internet in conjunction with curricular development.
There are six "main" catagories that are accessible from the main page:
Teachers are often searching for new ideas for student biology projects under harsh time constraints. The six main categories of the site are helpful in providing topics for student projects. The "Museums, Zoos and Gardens on the Web" page, for example, could be used when teaching the taxonomy of naming animal species.
The "Other Related Resources" web page links to various biological companies where catalogues can be searched, and various specimens can be ordered online. A link to the Discovery Channel reveals a resource for biology related films.
This web site is a very good resource for biology teachers connecting them to many viable teaching resources without wasting valuable time.
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