Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum
Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum
Explore the relationships between viruses, cells and the immune system, and the role of genes in disease resistance. See how mutations in an HIV receptor confer relative resistance to infection.
Our blood types are transmitted through multiple allelic inheritance. Identify the antigens and antibodies of the four different blood types: A, B, AB and O.
Some traits, such as colorblindness, are related to gender. Complete a Punnett square showing the possible genotypes of children born to a colorblind mother and a father with normal vision.
Enter commands to direct your drawing tool to create different shapes. Reflect on the relationship between interior, exterior and central angles.
Test your knowledge of major events (formation of the solar system, first appearance of water, etc.) in geologic history. Afterwards put the events in the correct order on the timeline.
Learn about several three-dimensional geometric shapes and the terminology used to describe them. Learn how to calculate their surface area and volume, and explore their mathematical properties.
Test your knowledge of polyhedra, prisms, pyramids, volume, surface area, Euler’s Theorem and platonic solids. Take this 39-question test, review your correct and incorrect answers, and print out your assessment.
Read and listen to stories with some words left blank. Fill in the blank words, check your score and get correct spelling for the words you missed.
Read and listen to stories with some words missing. Fill in the missing words, see how many words you spelled correctly and get corrections for the ones you missed.
To price his product and maximize his profit, Albert Moose needs to know all his costs and revenue. Assist Albert with his decision.
Michael and friends are planning a skiing weekend. Show them how to afford it.
Track gray whale migration. Use live data to observe migration patterns.
Graph the sequence and find the equation of the curve. Solve the equation to determine the value of the 100th term of the sequence.
Read two instructional scenarios, determine which grouping plans are most effective for teaching and learning in specific situations, and then practice grouping diverse learners.
Use your knowledge of families of elements. Create compounds by combining individual ions.
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