Empowering Educators. Inspiring Students.

Real science, real stories, and real data to engage students in exploring the living world.

Educator Voices

Hear how educators are using BioInteractive content in their teaching.

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Implementation Ideas
Effective Components of Online Teaching

If you're interested in effective components of facilitating courses online, this article from Melissa Csikari discusses how she conducts her community college biology courses online, including giving students relevant and timely feedback. 

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Implementation Ideas
BioInteractive Playlists
If you're interested in learning more about BioInteractive’s resource playlists, check out these videos by Chris Monsour and article by Karen Lucci on using and creating playlists.
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Implementation Ideas
Accessibility Features

In this message from BioInteractive, hear about our approach to making our resources accessible, including features we're incorporating and how to find accessible resources.  

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Implementation Ideas
QUBES Educator Publications and HHMI BioInteractive Resources
In this video Educator Voices post, University of Richmond professor Kristine Grayson discusses the Quantitative Undergraduate Biology Education and Synthesis (QUBES) HHMI BioInteractive Educator Publications Portal and the challenges of adapting resources for her classes.

Announcements

Keep up with the latest from BioInteractive!

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Message from BioInteractive
Racial Inequities and Our Work

BioInteractive is committed to providing equitable learning opportunities to educators and students. We know we have a lot of work to do to address racial inequities in science teaching. The following statement reflects our current and specific actions.

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Announcements
New BioInteractive Ambassador Academy

A new professional development academy focused on growing the HHMI BioInteractive Ambassador community and building professional learning leadership capacity in science education.

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Introducing a new BioInteractive experience
The same high-quality resources are now available with new features, including a logged-in experience. After creating an account, educators can save and organize their favorite BioInteractive resources and discover recommendations tailored to their interests.