If you need a template for lab reports, ideas for your biology club, pacing guides or lessons for biology, Pre-AP Biology, or AP Biology, this is a good place to start.
You may be familiar with HHMI’s free movies and posters, they also offer films that are available to stream from the site. Other options include 3-D interactives, virtual labs, and printable activities.
Founded in 2002 by Nobel Laureate Carl Wieman, the PhET Interactive Simulations project at the University of Colorado Boulder creates free interactive math and science simulations. PhET sims are based on extensive education research and engage students through an intuitive, game-like environment where students learn through exploration and discovery.
A starter list of K-5 science lessons that are easy to do at home is now free; no sign-up or log-in required.
Nationally-recognized science educator Paul Andersen’s Bozeman Science is a vast library of hundreds of science videos that have been viewed millions of times by learners around the world.
Have you ever wondered how well you were integrating technology into your lessons? The Triple E Framework, developed by Dr. Liz Kolb in 2011, is a framework designed to help educators measure how well they integrate technology tools into instruction and provide ways to help increase its use.
Angela Watson’s podcast explores best practices and suggestions for teachers engaged in remote and hybrid learning in 2020.
Jennifer Gonzalez’s Cult of Pedagogy site offers pedagogical best practices for educators and coaches through her blog, podcast, and video series.
University of Michigan’s “Resilient Teaching Through Times of Crisis and Change” massive open online course (MOOC). The course is designed with higher education faculty, lecturers, and graduate student instructors in mind, but may also be applicable to educators in a wide variety of instructional environments. The course is aimed at participants who may be asked to rethink how they teach in the immediate or near future due to the ever-changing circumstances of the current COVID-19 pandemic. While the creation of this course is motivated by the current crisis, we expect it will remain relevant to instructors who are faced with disruptions and change to their teaching for any number of reasons and must quickly adapt their course designs.
A Global Educator Series (YouTube playlist) of best practices and resources to provide support for educators engaged in remote learning.