Links & Resources

Many existing web resources serve as our inspiration or sources for content.


Understanding Evolution

National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) List of Curriculum Resources  

Shape Your Family’s Habits: Helping Kids Make Healthy Choices

Michael Rose’s 55 Theses – A New Context for Health

Obesity in America

Is Obesity a Disease?

Obesity and Energetics Offerings hosted by the University of Alabama

Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections (digital images)

Trait Evolution on a Phylogenetic Tree 

Stevan J. Arnold & Joe Felsenstein's Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics Course:
      Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics 

Joe Felsenstein's Courses at the University of Washington:
      Evolutionary Genetics (Genome 453)
      Theoretical Evolutionary Genetics (Genome 562)
      Phylogenetic Inference (Genome 570)

Eric R. Pianka's Courses at the University of Texas:
      Evolutionary Ecology (Biology 357)

Online Statistics Education:
      An Interactive Multimedia Course of Study




Evolution Sites (various levels):

Guppy Guppy Evolution 


Organismal Biology/Physiology/Morphology & Evolution Videos (7-12):

FAIL LAB Episode One: Evolution

How Running Makes You High



Biochemistry Instructional Videos from Moof University (college): 

Biochemistry videos from Moof University



Mobile Apps:

Lizard Island: Observation



Click & Learn Exercises:

Creating Phylogenetic Trees from DNA Sequences


Virtual Labs & Simulations:

Lizard Evolution

Avida-ED Digital Evolution for Education


Federal and State Standards:

California Common Core State Standards

Next Generation Science Standards 


Other Relevant Links & News:

Should tablets replace textbooks in K-12 schools? 

Critics challenge MOOC leaders to a debate [By Keith Button, May 14, 2014] 

Using games to measure student skills [By Laura Devaney, Managing Editor, @eSN_Laura, May 14th, 2014] 

How retired scientists can enhance science education where they reside [By Robert Collins, Cal Allen, and Barbara Schulz, July 29, 2014] 



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