Science teacher resources from Baylor College of Medicine, BioEd Online offers high-quality resources such as streaming video presentations; slide library for customizing lesson plans and activities; individual lessons by topic, teacher's guides and complete teaching resources.
MLER aimed to provide a contemporary resource of expert information about the ecology, diversity and evolution of micro-organisms for students, K-12 teachers, university faculty, as well as for the general public. It was a collaborative project of the Marine Biology Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA, and Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.
This award-winning, peer-reviewed journal, published by the National Association of Biology Teachers, supports the teaching of K-16 biology and life sciences. It features articles related to biology as a whole, ethical issues in biology, and teaching strategies for classrooms, labs, and fieldwork.
A peer-reviewed journal published by the National Science Teachers Association, JCST reports and discusses innovative teaching materials, methods, and evaluative criteria; disseminates contributions toward improving college science instruction; and describes work in disciplinary science courses that is broad enough in its approach to appeal to teachers in other scientific fields.
CBE—Life Sciences Education (LSE), a free, online quarterly journal, is published by the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB). LSE is written by and to serve professionals engaged in biology teaching in all environments, including faculty at large research universities who teach but do not view teaching as their primary mission, as well as those whose teaching is the major focus of their careers, in primarily undergraduate institutions, museums and outreach programs, junior and community colleges, and K–12 schools.
A video collection designed for educators and students to better teach and learn key concepts and fundamental scientific techniques through easy to understand video demonstrations. Included in the wide range of STEM subjects are: Basic Biology, Advanced Biology, and Chemistry. See also JoVE Lab Manual for Biology.