Biology Super Curricular Resources
Need help with finding some super curricular reading for Biology? Check out these online resources:
Bill Nye the Science Guy - Follow Bill Nye as he explores different aspects of science. He has shows, documentaries, and books.
Secondary School and Sixth Form
Biology and Life Sciences MOOC Courses - there are a lot of MOOC courses available from around the globe. You can find a lot that are available here.
Biology Changing the World celebrates the great biologists of the past in order to inspire those of the future. The website, mobile app and schools resources are packed with information and activities about the biologists that shaped the world we live in.
iBiology's mission is to convey, in the form of open-access free videos, the excitement of modern biology and the process by which scientific discoveries are made. This is a great website to explore different areas of Biology with videos and research talks.
IntoBiology has a collection of invaluable resources and information, for students, relating to both research and careers in this exciting field of science.
National Geographic is a magazine which explores lots of different areas of the world around us
Oxford Biology Podcasts - there are lots of different talks to sink your teeth into!
Oxford University Press Resources - these primary and secondary resources offer you a clear route through the curriculum with a wealth of helpful tools and guidance for both classroom teaching and remote provision – including detailed schemes of work to help with your planning and support for parents.
What if? - Would a toaster still work in the freezer? How many fireflies would it take to match the brightness of the sun? 'What if?' takes a look at some absurd hypothetical questions and gives serious scientific answers to them.