Evolution - Tech Learning

Evolution

Evolution 13.7 billion years ago an unusual event took place. The big bang prompted a series of events that ultimately led to the existence of stars, planets, and life as we know it. A slider is provided on this site and allows users to travel from the beginning of time to today in this extremely
Author:
Publish date:



Evolution


13.7 billion years ago an unusual event took place. The big bang prompted a series of events that ultimately led to the existence of stars, planets, and life as we know it. A slider is provided on this site and allows users to travel from the beginning of time to today in this extremely interactive feature.

John Kyrk

• Learning Games


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Mark Hannah

Featured

Related

Histography promo image

Histography

This ingenious interactive timeline covers the 13.8 billion years since the Big Bang

No Impact Man

No Impact Man Many years ago The Muppets' Kermit-The-Frog sang "It's Not Easy Being Green." Perhaps today he'd find it easier, as the Green Movement permeates a society increasingly concerned about the fate of Planet Earth. Taking the concept to an extreme is No Impact Man, who has decided to

Planet Earth Guide

Planet Earth Guide Discovery.com's Planet Earth Guide covers the latest in earth-related news, games, and adventures. The site offers changing features dealing with exciting places and events on Earth. Discovery Channel • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or

Tonight's Sky

Tonight's Sky These scientific videos provide a wonderful look at the constellations, planets, deep sky objects, and events that occur each month. Past shows are archived and the following month's segment is posted. This would be an excellent tool for any astronomy instructor.

A Tour of the Cell

A Tour of the Cell Imagine having a microscopic camera so small that you could travel inside a cell. This site allows you to do just that. You can also click on individual parts of the cell and learn their function. This site by the National Science Foundation is extremely interactive and full of

The American Musical

Television documentary series site records the key events in the history of the Broadway musical, with interviews, photos, video and audio recordings, and loads of fascinating facts about Broadway stars, shows, and songs. Includes lesson plans and a trivia quiz.