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Intermediate and High School Online Classes
Biology 4 Kids
If you are looking for biology basics, stay on this site.
Crash Course: Biology
Hank Green teaches you biology! Learn, study and understand the science of life. Topics covered range from: taxonomy, systems, biological molecules, photosynthesis, evolution, animals, plants, anatomy, and ecology.
Fundamentals of Biology
MIT OpenCourseware. Focuses on the basic principles of biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, and recombinant DNA.
University of California Scout Biology
“A-G” Approved. A first-year course in biology at the high school level. Four themes organize important concepts: science, technology, and society, evolution, the relationship between structure and function, and science as a process.
AP Biology Online Classes
The Biology Project
Fun, richly illustrated, and tested on 1000s of students. This biology class has been designed for students at the college level, but is useful for high school students.
Buy the Campbell Biology Plus Mastering Biology with eText — Access Card Package here. Combining the website and book with labs from The College Board AP Advanced Placement Program Biology Lab Manual For Students can prepare a teen for the AP Biology exam.
Online Biology Book
This biology book has many particularly lovely graphics. The biology class is from a college lecture series, so is at the AP level.
University of California Scout AP Environmental Science
Earth’s Systems, Human Population Dynamics, Natural Resources, Environmental Quality, Global Changes, and Environment and Society.
DNA From the Beginning
The science behind each concept is explained in this online class by animation, image gallery, video interviews, problem sets, biographies, and links. Available also on CD-rom.
PBS TV Series: “Great Transformations” traces how life moved from water to land — and back again.
Global Change 2 – Human Impacts
Every day, millions of humans and natural activities are altering the planet on which we live. Over the past century, through our ever increasing population and mastery of technology, we have been changing the global environment at a pace unknown to natural history. A University of Michigan course.
See also ~ Science Courses for commercial courses.