Learning Resources

APS has developed extensive resources for K-12 education that can help educators and students to:

  • increase their knowledge of physiology
  • enhance their pedagogy and course content and
  • advance their teaching careers.

The links at left and below provide access to a wide variety of lesson plans and teaching resources:

  • Digital Libraries: The Life Science Teaching Resource Community has thousands of peer-reviewed resources including teacher-tested lesson plans and up-to-date science content.
  • Content Updates: Stay current in physiology with free lectures, journal article press releases, and refresher courses.
  • Education Journals: Advance your understanding of what works in the classroom with these journals centered on the scholarship of teaching and learning.
  • Six Star Science for Student-Centered Learning: APS’ principles for creating a student-centered classroom that addresses the needs of diverse students.
  • APS Special Teaching Collections: These collections were developed through a number of education projects and are accessible here as well as in the LifeSciTRC of Teaching Resources.
    • Women life scientists units (push from LifeSciTRC)
    • Teacher developed activities (push from LifeSciTRC)
    • Physiologist developed activities (push from LifeSciTRC)
    • Learning cycle units (push from LifeSciTRC folder) Including all LOT units (make sure all have been linked to d above)
    • Integrating web-based resources into lessons

Resources

Digital Libraries

Access a wide variety of teaching and learning materials on various science subjects and careers, including physiology.

Content Updates

Stay current in physiology with these resources, including free lectures, press releases, and refresher courses.

Education Journals

Advance your understanding of what works in the classroom with these journals centered on the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Six Star Science for Student-Centered Learning

APS’ principles for creating a student-centered classroom that addresses the needs of diverse students.

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