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Syntax for Advanced Searches

More Tips for Searching

Basic FTP Guidelines

Internet Search Page

About Emily

MY WEB PAGE

ABOUT SAMANTHA

ABOUT MY SISTER

Teacher Resources

Using the Web in the Classroom
Lesson Index
Mussel Bound: The Zebra Mussel Invasion
Comparison of Mars and Earth
Similarities Between Earth and Mars: There's No Place Like Home
Do Geologic Features on Mars Show Evidence of Plate Tectonics?
Ten Places on Mars, But There Is No Place Like Earth
A Martian Newsletter
Writing an Abstract To Summarize Research
Newton's Laws of Motion: Machines Workshop
Cell - Mates: Hooke, Mendel, Watson and Crick
  1. A Letter from Leeuwenhoek
  2. Robert Hooke
  3. 3-D Cell Model
  4. Cell Mural
  5. Cell Database
  6. Cell Lab
  7. Plant Cell Lab - Onion Cells
  8. Plant Cell Lab - Elodea
  9. Cell Membrane Model
  10. The Cell Membrane
  11. Stages of Mitosis
  12. Meiosis Chart and Model
  13. Karyotypes
  14. Punnet Squares
  15. DNA Model
  16. DNA Replication
  17. The Genetic Code
  18. Have You Found Your Long Lost Twin?
Introduction to Internet Research
Teacher Information
Assignment Overview
Research Assignment
Lesson 1: LEARNING HOW TO SEARCH
Lesson 2: SEARCHING FOR YOUR SCIENTIST
Lesson 3: ADVANCED SEARCH FOR YOUR SCIENTIST
Analyzing the Writing Assignment
Evaluating and Using Internet Projects in the Classroom
Graphics Tutorials
The PhotoShop WorkSpace
About Images for Web Pages
PhotoShop Tutorial
Making Navigation Buttons
Web Page Construction Library
Internet Resources
Life Science Library
Physical Science Library
Earth Science
Space Science Library
Parent Library
Web Page Construction Library
Teaching Organizations

Grandmother Page

School Index

Student Log 7
Classroom Web Links
Web Page Construction Library
Internet Projects List
Technology Information for Parents
Class 8 Daily Log
Science Page
Technology Council
Contests
Homework Helpers
 
These pages authored and maintained by Marcella Dawson. Revised 07/13/99. Copyright 1995 CRPC GirlTECH. All rights reserved. . Email your comments. These pages were developed through GirlTECH '96, a teacher training and student technology council program sponsored by the Center for Research on Parallel Computation (CRPC), a National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center.