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  • Biology is more fun on the web! We bookmark web sites that offer free online biology lessons for high school students. Videos and JAVA applets are ideal for virtual labs to supplement classroom learning. In the "Chops" section, we highlight interactive materials, quizzes, and practical videos.

  • This Readish course aims

    • To list free high school biology learning sites,
    • To make these sites easily available on a daily basis,
    • To encourage the teachers or students make their own customized biology courses at Readish.
  Dishes  - Web Schools on Biology
  • Dish 1 : The Biology Corner

  • The free is a well organized site for high school biology, and organized around

    • Classes,
      • Anatomy 1 & 2
      • AP Biology
      • Biology 1 & 1A
      • Biology 2 & 2A
      • Physics
    • Worksheets - collection of practices,
    • Petri dish - extensive collection of lab images.

    Classes contain chapters, which further contain objectives, lecture notes, case studies, lab guides, assignments, and quizzes. Chapter materials are clearly written and useful HTML pages, presentations, images, documents, puzzles, question lists.

  • A biology resource site for teachers and students
  • Dish 2 : Survive Bio | Biology Study Guides and Review

  • Survive Bio offers more than just one method of biology review; good for high school classes, AP classes, IB classes,and even intro college courses. In fact, there are 6 different methods of studying provided here. 

    • Video Review - Watch over 50 extremely helpful videos (about 10 minutes each) in many different topics taught by the famed Paul Anderson.
    • Flashcards - Practice memorizing key biology terms from different parts of the curriculum and even play a few flashcard games.
    • Chapter Outlines - Use these chapter outlines from Campbell's and Reece's Biology textbook to help you review what you read.
    • Biology Games - Play fun biology games to help relax. Some of these help review more than others.
    • Practice Tests - Take practice quizzes and tests to help you get familiar with questions and do better on in-class tests. 
    • SB Answers - Ask any questions you'd like and get answers from the Survive Bio community. Or, look at previous answers and learn from them.

  • Survive Bio is the ultimate review center for biology. Use our practice tests, videos, flashcards and more for high school, AP, and college biology.

  • Dish 3 : Khan Academy

  • This free and interactive site currently contains 72 videos on biology, mostly presented in its distinctive blackboard-and-colored-pen format.

  • Covers topics seen in a first year college or high school biology course.

    With a library of over 3,000 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice, we're on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.

  • Dish 5 : Biology Homepage |

  • Clear and extensive presentations and notes about high school biology topics. Also includes lab guides, interactive practices, and documents for teachers.

  • The contents of these pages are neither the responsibility of El Diamante High School nor Visalia Unified School District. None-the-less, I believe that the contents are appropriate for secondary instruction, as are any resources linked from within this site. Feel free to look around. Some of the resources may be very specific to the courses that I teach, while others may be of general use to many high school science students and instructors. Students and teachers may print, or

  • Dish 6 : High School Biology | MIT OpenCourseWare | Free Online Course Materials

  • The High School Highlight section of MIT OCW contains 4 high school or college introductory courses. It's Exam Prep link leads to material and videos on specific biology topics.

  • In this section we have provided a collection of biology courses and resources from across MIT. Some are materials that were used to teach MIT undergraduates, while others were designed specifically for high school students.

    MIT’s Biology program ensures that students master the core principles of the field, including molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, and cell biology. Undergraduates go on to careers in the biomedical industry, medicine, pharmaceutical and b

  • Dish 10 : Non-Majors Biology | NROC Course

  • Welcome to the NROC™ Non-Majors Biology course. This one-semester course will introduce you to the grand sweep of life on Earth and provide you with a basic understanding of the processes that shape and sustain it. You will learn about the ecological ties that bind organisms to one another and to their environment and explore the promising, perilous dance of humans and nature.

    Topics include the science of biology, the structure and function of cells, tissues and organs, cellular processes, cell division and the life cycle, principles of inheritance, evolution, the diversity of life, and ecology.

    After completing this course, students should understand:

    • The scope and methods of biology
    • The internal organization of living organisms
    • The life cycle of cells
    • The flow of energy and matter through organisms and ecosystems
    • The evolution and diversity of life on Earth
    • The principles of ecology
  • This curriculum emphasizes a multi-representational approach to algebra, with concepts, results, and problems being expressed graphically, analytically, and verbally. It develops algebraic fluency by providing students with the skills needed to solve equations and perform important manipulations with numbers, variables, equations, and inequalities. In addition, the course develops proficiency with operations involving monomial and polynomial expressions. The main unifying themes of the course in
  Chops  - Videos & Interactives
  • Chop 3 : Hands-on Activities for Teaching Biology to High School or Middle School Students

  • Serendip is an excellent and free biology learning site - complex but rich with JAVA-based interactive materials. It emphasizes "hands-on, minds-on" approach for the effective learning of biology. Seredip contains many JAVA interactive applets, interesting experiments, and links to other interactive web sites on biology.

  • The expression "hands-on, minds-on" summarizes the philosophy we have incorporated in these activities -- namely, that students will learn best if they are actively engaged and if their activities are closely linked to understanding important biological concepts. For example, it is helpful to use hands-on models to engage student interest and foster multiple modality learning, but it is crucial to closely link the modeling activity to student understanding of the actual biological proces

  • Chop 4 : Interactive Biology

  • Links to many interactive sites that teach high school biology. Each is rated by these criteria:

    • Accessibility Level
    • Playfulness
    • Interactivity
    • Explanation
  • Serendip sees the web as a tool which can make education a more interactive and exploratory process, by making freely available educational resources at a variety of levels and also, even more importantly, be making it increasingly possible to learn by doing. To encourage understanding and use of the web in this way, Serendip provides annotated lists of links useful for learning/teaching in a variety of areas. The focus is not on course syllabi or notes but rather on materials from which indi

  • Chop 10 : Biology - PhET Simulations

  • Interactive Science Simulations. Fun, interactive, research-based simulations of physical phenomena from the PhET™ project at the University of Colorado.

  • PhET provides fun, interactive, research-based simulations of physical phenomena for free. We believe that our research-based approach- incorporating findings from prior research and our own testing- enables students to make connections between real-life phenomena and the underlying science, deepening their understanding and appreciation of the physical world.

  • Chop 11 : HippoCampus Biology - Homework and Study Help - Free help with your Biology homework

  • is a free, core academic web site that delivers rich multimedia content--videos, animations, and simulations--on general education subjects to middle-school and high-school teachers and college professors, and their students, free of charge. Teachers project HippoCampus content during classroom learning and assign it for computer labs and homework. Students use the site in the evenings for study and exam prep. Users do not need to register or log in to use the site.

  • The best multimedia instruction on the web to help you with your Biology homework and study.
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