Experiences in early-years and secondary education have a significant influence over students' decisions to continue studying biology at GCSE, A Level and university. We support teachers working to enthuse the biologists of tomorrow by providing a number of leading resources.
Practical Biology - www.practicalbiology.org
Biology is a practical science; we believe good quality biology experiments are the key to enhanced learning. The Practical Biology website provides teachers with exciting experiments demonstrating a wide range of biological concepts and processes. For more information click on the tab to the left.
Our unique publication ensures common usage of biological terms and expressions for both biology teachers and awarding bodies. To find out more and information on how to order a copy click here.
Becoming a Biologist: Degrees and Careers in Biology
This guide contains information on different types of degrees and alternatives to degrees, qualifications students will need to study biology, and skills they will gain from studying biology, and advice about careers they could do after a biology degree. Great for answering queries from your students about options post 16, the resource is downloadable here.
Journal of Biological Education
Journal of Biological Education covers policy and curriculum developments that apply directly to you, bringing you the latest results of research into the teaching, learning and assessment of biology. To find out more about becoming a subscriber click here.
BioEd is a monthly newsletter providing you with details of new teaching resources and the latest news from the Society of Biology education team. To sign up to the BioEd contact the education department.