Resources:, National Research Council Guidelines.

° These standards are very specific and in-depth, and are very useful for general science teaching purposes., WWW Virtual Library.

° The Educational Resources Index keeps this website up-to-date. It contains information and resources for teaching science from kindergarten through college. It also accesses the national education program that provides an opportunity to be in touch with other teachers and science colleagues (Access Excellence link)., Leon Prowler's '5 Virtual Embryo.

° This allows you to watch a Xenopus embryo as it develops, while telling you about the process! Amazing to see, but takes a while to download. Appropriate and fascinating for all ages., Women in Developmental Biology.

° This is a neat website to find the history of women in science, as well as links to other websites maintained by women in science., Explore the Brain and Spinal Cord.

° This home page has been made for teachers and students at the elementary and secondary school level who are interested in the nervous system. There are links to answer general questions about neuroscience, as well as links to neuroscience word origins, and Nobel prize winners in neuroscience! There are lots of fun games and activities, catered specifically to middle school students., Bill Nye, the Science Guy.

° This is the place to find all of Bill Nye's episodes, which are superb resources for general science questions., Brain Poke.

° This allows students (and teachers!) to explore the functions of the brain by poking, or stimulating, areas of the brain structure and then observing the effect this has on the body. This would be a good laboratory or research project for students at any level., Newton '5 Apple.

° These are approximately 8 minute movies, or lessons, about different science subjects. They are funny and very clear, and appropriate for all ages., The Kids Locker Room.

If you are interested in finding links to any educational fun pages for kids, this is the place to go. There are several large science sections. This is appropriate for middle school students.

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