The Biology Project is an interactive online resource for learning biology developed by the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics at the University of Arizona. Richly illustrated, The Biology Project has been tested on thousands of real of students. Though originally designed for college level biology students, it is useful for high school students, as well.
The Biology Project Home Page
Teachers can assign an activity before students cover that topic in their lab, or may assign problem sets for exam reviews. You can link to specific Biology Project activities from your course website or wiki.
General Biology Lesson Plans Page
Students will find that the information covered in The Biology Project is probably just like what they've been studying in their own biology course. Advanced students may find these materials to be a useful review. The authentic applications of biology and the inclusion of up-to-date research will benefit all students.
Human Biology Projects Page
The problem sets for each category of the project are based on multiple-choice questions, a format that serves to create an interactive learning tool rather than a testing instrument. The non-linear interactive presentation style of The Biology Project requires the active participation of the user, helping to retain the attention of the students, promote learning interest, and enhance the retention.
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