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resources for the study of living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution and distribution, also know as biology


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    Geoscience Research Institute Grade 6-Lifelong
    The website of this Adventist research organization provides links to a wealth of information for students and teachers of Science or Religion. The Institute uses both science and revelation to study the question of origins. Links provide access to a wide...

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    Apologia High School Science Grade 7-Grade 12
    A Christian high school science curriculum that is readable, easy to understand, and has experiments which can be performed in a small or home school. The curriculum is backed by a question/answer support system.

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    Classification of Living Things Unit Grade 6-Grade 12
    Designed for biology, life science, and ecology courses, this unit's contents include four lessons, a web quest, assessments, powerpoint files, and videos. The objectives are, "students will be able to: -Describe various methods of classification -Write...

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    Creation Illustrated Kindergarten-Lifelong
    A Christian creation magazine for the family. Creation Illustrated's three sections on nature, Scripture, and living provide a balance of mental, spiritual, and physical enrichment in each edition. Creation Illustrated is published quarterly (beginning in...

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    Ethical Choices in the Genetic Age, Part 2: Embryonic Science Tertiary-Lifelong
    Zuccarelli explores new advances in genetic medicine and states, "In less than three years, reproductive cloning has been eclipsed by stem cell biology with its conceptual power and medical potency". This article presents a comprehensive overview...

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    Experimenting on Humans - A Christian Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Christians have an obligation to adhere to a higher standard of conduct as they seek to expand the horizons of science while living out their faith. This obligation raises some significant issues: reasons for such research, moral cautions, choosing the...

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    Exploring Nature with Children - A Series of Nature Activities Grade 1-Grade 4
    Each of the following three nature themes - trees, insects, and puddles - is "built around a central exploration activity. This activity is used as a basis for integrating other areas of the curriculum. Units are designed to be used as a 'theme for the...

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    Fearfully and Wonderfully Made Tertiary-Lifelong
    The authors, a renowned surgeon and a professional writer, offer insight into the marvelous details of the human body and draw analogies to the relationship of Christ to His church.

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    God, Nature, and Learning - An Integrational Approach Tertiary-Lifelong
    Taylor asserts the need in Christian education for an integrational approach to the study of God and nature. This paper was presented at the 2nd Institute of Christian Teaching.

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    God, the Sparrow, and the Emerald Boa Tertiary-Lifelong
    Baldwin talks about good and evil in both nature and human beings. The seven biblical principles discussed here regarding the effect of sin on nature show how the Christian may discern God’s loving character in nature and also the marks of Satan’s...

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    Green is an Important Part of the Spectrum 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article by Joy Veverka showcases what one school is doing to “go green” while using such opportunities to provide outstanding learning experiences for their students. The projects at Rogers Adventist School include solar panels, a wind turbine, and a salmon tank.

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    How Should Christians Treat Animals in Research? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Using animals in medical research is a highly contested issue. In this article, Mark F. Carr offers several proposals that he hopes will encourage Adventists to move away from research that causes pain and suffering for animals.

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    In His Hands Kindergarten-Lifelong
    A nature devotional book that makes family or class devotional time fun and educational. This book is a valuable resource on faith-integrated natural topics.

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    Institute for Creation Research Grade 9-Lifelong
    A Christ-focused creation ministry: ICR offers seminars, conferences, debates, various other speaking engagements, creation science workshops, radio/tv outreach, graduate school in the sciences, museum of creation and earth history, creation research, guided...

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    Lost Treasures Earth Education Program Grade 3-Grade 4
    Facilitated by an outdoor center, students at Tualatin Valley Academy are involved in an earth education program. "This exciting new program for 8-9 year olds (3rd & 4th grade US) is based in and around the school with excursions to museums, zoos,...

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    Making Science Real with Lab Notebooks and Whiteboards Grade 9-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation shows how any demonstration or lab activity can be enhanced by having students use lab notebooks to record data and observations. Large white boards can be used as a presentation tool where students are able to...

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    Old Homestead Tales Series Grade 6-Lifelong
    Series of 4 books: These timeless stories of birds and animals living near the Old Homestead show children how much God loves and takes care of each one of them. Book 1: The Bluebirds and Their Neighbors. Book 2: The Mallards and Their Neighbors. Book 3: Paddletail...

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    Science Labs - GRISDA Grade 1-Grade 12
    Access a variety of class-tested science labs. Some college level labs can be used with high school students and vice versa, particularly the writing labs.

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    Should We Use Animals in Adventist Schools? Grade 6-Lifelong
    Deciding whether or not to use animals for science classes is an often controversial decision. Presented are biblical references relating to the relationship between animals and humans; questions and answers about why animals are used in the first place; alternatives...

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    Subjective Reality - The Hard Question Tertiary-Lifelong
    The manner in which the 100 billion or so neurons in the human brain work together to give us the rich subjective conscious experience has been referred to as the 'hard question'. Author Own Hughes explores this question exposing some of its difficult dimensions....

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    The Bible, Anthropology, and the Ancient Caveman Unit Grade 7-Grade 10
    "God created man in His image, so why are there bones that show evidence of manlike beasts? In the days before the flood, the amalgamation of man and beast was the ultimate sin that defaced the image of God. In Satan’s quest to be like the Most...

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    The Importance of the Intelligence Design Theory for Adventist Science Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    Aagaard urges Adventist educators to be familiar with the current arguments and introduce their students to both sides of the issue, as a "vaccination" against the seductive materialistic influences that surround us." This paper was presented...

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    The Story Teller - Fun Felt Kindergarten-Grade 6
    Site to buy felt boards, books, dolls, puppets and lesson helps for teachers, parents, Sabbath School, or homeschoolers. Includes nature/science, farm, religious, Christmas, math, social studies--however, just listing by topic doesn't do this site justice....

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    Wild About Wetlands Unit Plan Grade 4-Grade 6
    Destruction of wetlands environments has been a controversial issue in North America for many years... In this unit, students will explore a variety of wetlands life as well as various attitudes toward wetlands.

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    You, Your Neurons, and Free Will - Concerns about Reductionism and the Popularization of Cognitive Science Tertiary
    "Along with a longstanding Adventist commitment to the development of the whole person, as well as to the development of character through effortful practice, the Adventist position on human nature has much to offer cognitive science and the public...