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Interact with scientists, teachers and others to explore the cutting edge of science! Let's Collaborate connects biology, life science and health teachers with each other and with leading researchers from around the country.

SciTalk

A "Town Hall" where interested teachers and science experts brainstorm, share interesting research findings, or discuss other topics, such as new fields of study in contemporary biology and laboratory science process and/or specific content areas. Previous Science Seminars are archived here.

Teaching and Learning

Explores current issues in curriculum, instruction and assessment by connecting research-based science educators with the practitioners of classroom science education. This teaching and learning forum provides a place for us to reflect on practices, ideas, and strategies and the effects they have on our students' understanding of science and health.

Education Reform

Examines strategies for implementing reform by connecting teachers with the authors and practitioners of current projects.

Technology in Education

Technology in Education connects health and science teachers with innovators who are developing creative ways to use technology as a tool in science classrooms.

Health Educator Survey

To better meet the needs of school health educators through its online programming, Access Excellence and the National Health Museum are assessing your needs and seeking input on how we can provide online resources that will be useful to health educators. Please take a few moments to share your thoughts with us.

Biology Education Online (BEoN)

Biology Education Online is a peer-reviewed, online journal for teaching and learning science. Using a two-tiered, on-line peer-review system, BEOn will be developing and publishing to the web a collection of new, interactive, participatory resources that exemplify the multimedia capabilities inherent in the Internet for the advancement of teaching and learning science, consistent with the goals and standards of the National Science Education Standards and the AAAS Benchmarks for Science Literacy.

We invite developers and users of digital resources for biology education whether for K-12, higher education, or life-long learners, to submit, review and use material that meets the standards set forth by our user generated rubric.

Last updated: May 2005

 
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