Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree
Bob Kuhn describes how he uses BioInteractive resources to teach speciation to his students. He begins with the short film Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree to introduce students to how new species arise. He then uses a hands-on activity in which students order different species of anole lizards into a phylogenetic tree.
Jason Crean describes how he uses BioInteractive's "Beaks as Tools" activity to supplement understanding of Rosemary and Peter Grant's research on the evolution of the Galápagos finches.
Valerie May explains how she uses the BioInteractive short film Great Transitions: The Origin of Birds, along with its related activities, with her students. She also notes that many of BioInteractive's resources align to NGSS standards.