The Human Body Systems Edition provides bookmarks on the topics: Human Body Systems. Included are The Cardiovascular, Circulatory, Digestive, Endocrine, Excretory, Immune, Integumentary, Lymphatics, Muscular, Reproductive, Respiratory, Skeletal, and Urinary Systems. Also included are Anatomy & Physiology, Homeostasis, Human Tissue, Nature of Science, The Effects of Drugs, and The Senses.
It is delivered as a file for uploading into your web browser. Importing bookmarks from an HTML file into a browser is easy. See: Importing Instructions
Bookmarks are our tool of choice for organizing teaching resources on the Internet. Our science bookmarks which we call Scimarks
provide quick-and-easy item retrieval using the "bookmark" feature common to web browsers.
Videos, Lab Activities, and Simulations are plentiful on the Internet. Separating the best from the rest is not done by search engine alone. As one finds premium resources organizing them into a manageable collection takes a lot of effort. Take a close look, for example, at the 150 links assembled on the topic Methods of Science
. It is our gift to introduce you to the value of Scimarks
The full Scimarks
library has over 2,500 web links organized with great attention to details.
What you get with Scimarks
• Bookmarks (Internet links) organized by subject.
• Bookmarks lead directly to individual resources on websites.
• Links are curated and vetted for teachers by teachers.
• Titles have been shortened for browser readability.
• Titles of videos include the time it takes to watch them.
• Bookmarks, themselves, offer an easy way to collect, maintain and update resources.
Sources include Amoeba Sisters, Bill Nye, Bozeman Science, BrainPOP, CrashCourse, Interactive Biology, Khan Academy, NOVA, StudyJams, and TED-ed. This resource-specific orientation is a huge time saver.
You will receive an electronic file and instructions for using it to import premium bookmarks into your favorite browser: Bing, Chrome, Explorer, Fox, etc.
is focused on online resources. Our Internet travel also finds documents: PowerPoints, Word and PDF files. These we call Scifiles
. There are 40 files in our mini-library on the topic: Methods of Science
. Elsewhere on TpT It is our companion gift to introduce you to the combined value.
The full Scifiles
library has over 5,000 files and is nearly 10 gigabytes of data. All this is organized with the same attention to detail as Scimarks
You will receive a link to a Google Drive where it is easy to download content. Each subject has files in a Zip file. You have only to download and unzip the files to add them to your personal library.
What you get with Scifiles
• You get thousands of files organized by the same subjects as in Scimarks
includes only files that have been downloaded from the Internet for free.
• No files have had their content modified.
• The titles of PowerPoints have been modified for clarity and consistency.
• Each PowerPoint's title identifies the number of slides to aid in scheduling and planning.
We think Scimarks
stand on their own as individual resources. However, the best experience comes from using both to complement each other.
Two FREE Resources: Methods of Science
Scimarks - Teachers Bookmarks: Methods of Science
Scifiles - Teachers Downloads: Methods of Science
Paid Resources: Scimarks -Teachers Bookmarks
Scimarks - Teachers Bookmarks: Biology Edition
Scimarks - Teachers Bookmarks: Human Body Systems Edition
Scimarks - Teachers Bookmarks: Science Edition
Scimarks - Teachers Bookmarks: Bundle
Paid Resources: Scifiles - Teachers Downloads
Scifiles - Teachers Downloads: Biology Edition
Scifiles - Teachers Downloads: Human Body Systems Edition
Scifiles - Teachers Downloads: Science Edition
Scifiles - Teachers Downloads: Bundle
All Resources in One Bundle