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Math and Science Without Tears: Life Sciences

Teaching and learning math and science through sports, movies, comics, art, and more.

Mr. Darwin, I Presume

Brain Science Podcast. Get the latest on neuroscience, including interviews with leading scientists, info on new books in the field, etc.

Constible, Juanita M., and Richard E. Lee, Jr. Climate Change from Pole to Pole: Biology Investigations. Also a print copy, QC981.8 C5 C697 2008.

Glasglow, Neal A. Doing Science: Innovative Curriculum for the Life Sciences. QH315 G54 1996.

Klem, W. R. Mental Biology: The New Science of How the Brain and Mind Relate. QP376 K4953 2014.

Koba, Susan. Hard-to-Teach Biology Concepts: A Framework to Deepen Student Understanding. QH315 K54 2009.

Photobiological Sciences Online. All kinds of information on the ffect of light on living things. Includes classroom experiments.

Science360: The Knowledge Network. A National Science Foundation site with short, well-done videos on a variety of science topics.

Smithsonian Ocean Portal. Lots of multimedia plus blog posts. Includes a For Educators section.

Takemura, Masaharu. The Manga Guide to Biochemistry. 2011.

Verstynen, Timothy, and Bradley Boytek. Do Zombies Dream of Undead Sheep? A Neuroscientific View of the Zombie Brain. QP355.2 V47 2014.