Resources to Explore More!
From modern genetics to ancient fossils to observations of evolution happening today, there is so much to learn. The general theory is well tested and supported by many sources of data and scientists continue to research and expand our understanding of the details. Just like every theory, it will continue to be modified as even more data are collected and more testing is done!
Explore Further With the Resources Below!
Activities for Classrooms:
Learning from the Fossil Record, a collection of hands-on activities from UCMP Berkeley
Useful Links to Learn More:
Understanding Evolution (UCMP Berkeley)
Chronos Education and Outreach Resources (Chronos)
Learn how deadly microbes outpace medical breakthroughs (PBS)
Age Dating Methods and the Geologic Time Scale (US Geological Survey)
Resources for Teaching Evolution (University of Connecticut)
Learn How Genetics Are Explored Through Gel Electrophoresis (University of Utah)
The Evolution Game (BBC)
- National Science Teachers Association
- National Association of Biology Teachers
- Geological Society of America
- American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
- National Academy of Sciences
- American Geological Institute
- The Paleontological Society
- National Center for Science Education
We at the Windows to the Universe project and very grateful to Dr. Rick Anthes, Judy Scotchmoor, Dr. Dale Springer, Heather Moffat, David Mastie, and Dr. Nick Bergman for their review of the Evolution Exploratour content. Their suggestions have greatly improved this project.