For several years, the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) has created a number of very fine instructional materials designed for use in the classroom, and even seasoned educators will find new approaches to teaching bioethics, gene sequences, and other related topics on the site. The materials are arranged in one simple list, and they include lesson plans that take on the subject of forensic science and the world of the "hooey stick". The "hooey stick" exercise is quite a bit of fun, and along with being aligned with National Science Education standards, it allows students to learn about empiricism and logic in science. Overall, there are some very good resources for educators here, and a few of the resources are so intriguing that even casual visitors may find themselves making repeat visits here.


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