This is a collection of resources that can be useful in teaching evolution.
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A website celebrating the life, work and impact of Charles Darwin by students from Christ’s College, Cambridge, where Darwin studied.
Resources for educators, students, and others on science in a range of areas.
A program containing interactive labs that help to explain evolutionary processes.
An extensive collection of evolution teaching resources.
An interactive demonstration of evolution from Biology in Motion.
Take part in a large-scale survey of populations of the banded snail to study evolution over the past several decades.
An entertaining lesson plan in classification and phylogenetics using imaginary animals.
Free e-book Evolution on the Front Line: An Abbreviated Guide for Teaching Evolution from the AAAS.
A collection of links useful in teaching evolution, maintained by Nancy Clark, a retired teacher.
A website that seeks to promote the teaching and acceptance of the biological theory of evolution by emphasizing one of its great lessons: that life on Earth is one big extended family.
Tools and a community space for evolutionary training in institutions of higher education.
A project focused on teaching evolutionary concepts through an inquiry-based investigation of Devonian-aged fossils.
An interactive timeline of the Voyage of the HMS Beagle, presented by the Natural History Museum, London.
A collection of evolution resources from the National Academy of Sciences of the USA.
Name: National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) Description: The National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) is the “leader in life science education.” Since its inception in 1938, thousands of educators have joined NABT to share experiences and expertise with colleagues from around the world, keep up with trends and developments in the field, and grow [...]
A not-for-profit, membership organization working to keep evolution in public school science education.
National Geographic Education Network, with resources for teachers.
Name: National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Description: The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), founded in 1944 and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, is the largest organization in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. NSTA’s current membership of 60,000 includes science teachers, science supervisors, administrators, scientists, business and [...]
A collection of education and outreach resources from the Paleontological Research Institution.