Biology Education Online

A peer reviewed e-journal
by and for K-16 educators

September 2005

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BEoN, a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project of the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) and Access Excellence at the National Health Museum ([email protected]) is a part of the National Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Digital Library (NSDL). This peer reviewed e-journal is by and for those teaching K-16 life sciences.

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Beyond BEoN: Recommended Resources By popular request, this space is provided as another way for authors to share classroom tested Web-based resources with other teachers and learners. No commercial sites, please. Disclaimer: "Beyond BEoN: Recommended Resources" will be screened for appropriateness, but they will NOT be reviewed. Therefore, "Beyond BEoN" may, or may not, meet the high standards set for publication in BEoN.