Monday, March 23, 2009

Dr. Saul's Biology in Motion

Dr. Saul's Biology in Motion features fantastic interactive activities and animations for students to use to learn human biology concepts. The activities and animations seem to be targeted toward a middle school audience there is a lot of value in Biology in Motion for high school students too. Biology in Motion offers some good tips for teachers planning to use these activities in the classroom. Most of the tips are things that might seem obvious, but are good reminders none-the-less.

Applications for Education
Dr. Saul's Biology in Motion provides fun and educational activities and animations appropriate for middle school and high school science classes. One way you might use Biology in Motion is to have students diagram a concept then compare it to the animations in Biology in Motion.

Here are some related resources that might be of interest to you:
Virtual Frog Dissection
The Interactive Body
Interactive Anatomy and Physiology Tutorials

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