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Designed in close consultation with educators and scientists, these virtual labs are fully interactive biomedical laboratory simulations and provide students with skills and techniques used in scientific research. BioInteractive’s series of virtual labs allows students to examine heart patients, analyze DNA sequences, probe the nervous system of a leech, use human antibodies to diagnose disease, and measure physical traits of stickleback fish and anole lizards to examine key concepts in evolution. Each lab provides an interactive environment in which students perform experiments and collect their data, and answer questions to assess their understanding. The labs can be accessed by clicking the icons on the right-hand side of the page. LifeSciTRC.org - Life Science Teaching Resource Community. BioInteractive Search Results. Living, Non-living vs. Dead Lab. Part 1 (Living-Nonliving Part 2) I have found that it is worth spending two full class periods on a lab that challenges students' preconceptions of what it means to be alive!
I designed this lab years ago, and it remains a favorite of mine. A free student handout is available at the end of this article. The day before lab day (may only need a 1/2 class period) we brainstorm qualities that living things must have. At this point I just let students list a bunch of things on the board, and I don't filter them at all. Need airbreathspoopsexhalesmoves reacts to stimuli/environmentneeds food/eatsneeds water/drinkshas cells has atomsit can die (I love this one) thinkshas babies/offspringhas genetic material has chemical reactions going on inside of itThe next day, the students rotate around to 12-15 stations.
Video Blog Post: NGSS Storylines. Curriculum Front Matter - HS Biology. Illinois Science Teachers Association - Storylining Working Group. Jason Crean, MS Bio, EdD, is a biology instructor at the high school and university levels and an education consultant and instructor in the Education Department at the Chicago Zoological Society.
Crean teaches courses in the Department of Biology at Saint Xavier University including Zoo Biology: Animal Nutrition, Behavior, and Husbandry as well as preservice science teacher preparation course in the School of Education. Crean has been awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching, the highest award a teacher can receive in the US, by President Obama in 2009, the 2010 High School Science Teacher of the Year by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, as well as awards from the National Science Teachers Association, the National Association of Biology Teachers, the Illinois Science Teachers Association, the Golden Apple Foundation, among others.
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Many of these activities are explicitly aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards, as indicated by (NGSS) in the descriptions below and as described in Summary Tables and in the Teacher Notes for individual activities. These activities foster student understanding of Disciplinary Core Ideas, engage students in Scientific Practices, provide the opportunity to discuss Crosscutting Concepts, and prepare students to meet the Performance Expectations of the Next Generation Science Standards. We encourage you to subscribe to our listserv to receive notices when we post new activities or significantly improved versions of current activities.
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