This virtual lab utilizes the "Biology Corner" webpage and their "Using the Scientific Method" simulation. This basic virtual lab allows students to choose several variables in testing to see if soap has an effect on the size of flowers. The
This activity utilizes the simulation provided by KScience. It allows the students to control several conditions around an Elodea plant. The students can adjust the light intensity, light color, water temperature, and carbon dioxide concentration.
This virtual lab utilizes the McGraw Hill "Enzyme-Controlled Reaction" Virtual Lab. It has students run through the simulation twice, once changing the substrate amount and the second time adjusting the pH. Students then graph and analyze the data.
This short worksheet uses the PBS Nova online as a reference to compare the processes of mitosis and meiosis. Students compare meiosis in males and females, mitosis and meiosis in several phases, as well as chromosome comparisons.
This activity utilizes The McGraw-Hill Glencoe virtual lab. This simulation allows students the freedom to choose between three plants and 5 colors in which to grow those plants. The students then can measure their plants. The virtual lab that I
This virtual lab uses an online simulation in which students can determine whether a compound is composed of carbohydrates, lipids, or protein. There is also an unknown solution that students determine the biochemical composition at the end of the
This is a Word document that takes students to 9 different activities that are linked to the document. The activities take students from an overview to epigenetics to examples in rats, humans, and a reading of epigenetic research
This is a worksheet associated with Annenberg Learner Interactive website. This allows the students to review material about the rock cycle then use the interactive to apply it. There are several quizzes throughout the interactive that assesses the
Students will use sliced potatoes and apples to determine the amount of enzymatic action that causes the browning of these 'fruits' as they are exposed to air. The slices are exposed to a fan, water, vinegar, and a control of no treatment. The
This is a virtual lab template that students can download and complete using the McGraw-Hill Natural Selection Virtual Lab website. Students complete the activity, gather the data, graph the data, and then draw conclusions from their data. There is
This a brief activity in which students find the difference in density between water and ice. There are not many directions which allow students the opportunity to determine their own procedure. The answers provided also allow some direction for