Remote Ready Biology Learning Activities has 50 remote-ready activities, which work for either your classroom or remote teaching.
Students were expected, in lieu of midterm examinations, to select topics of interest to themselves and write a short paper based on exploration of materials available on the web. As elsewhere on Serendip, these are intended not as the final word on any topic but rather as expressions of the interests and perspectives of individuals and as windows to available information and perspectives available elsewhere.
|Fighting More Than the Blues: A Look into Depressive Disorders
|Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: What It Is and My Own Personal Struggle
|Catch A Yawn
|Yawning: It Isn't About Oxygen Anymore
|Do You Choose to be Homosexual?
|Not just your kid's problem: Adult ADHD
|Addicted to Coffee?
|Men giving birth?
|The Selfish Gene
|Efficiency Above All: A Biological Look at Suicide
|Are you sick, or do you just want attention?
|Why is Diabetes an Epidemic in the African American Community?
|The Joy Of Laughter
|Sexual Selection: Fact or Fiction
|La Toiya La Vita
|The Science of Our Laws
|The Kohen Gene
|Biology Student 2003
|"Ways of Knowing, Modes of Acting": The Therapeutic Theater
|You Can't Smell It, But It's The Pain of Your Existence: Pheromones
|Treatments for Depression
|What Do Breast Implants Say About Popular Culture?
|Sibling rivalry (the slightly-less-amazing adventures of Professor Sanderson's Sociobiology discussion group)
|On the Road to a Unified Science of Culture: Beware potholes.
|Is War Unavoidable?
|Dark Energy: The Mystery of This Millennium
|First and Second Language Acquisition
|The Anxiety of Anti-Anxiety Medications
|Pain and Panic: The Demons behind Biological Fear
|Male Menopause: Fact or Fiction?
|Cloned Meat: Its What's for Dinner
|How We Measure Up: Height and Psychology
|The Diverse Landscapes of Life