Understanding Evolution: your one-stop source for information on evolution
Resource library Teaching materials Evolution 101

Teaching materials:
Teaching materials database

Found 3 resources for the concept: Complex structures may be produced incrementally by the accumulation of smaller useful mutations

imageWebcast: From butterflies to humans
In lecture four of a four part series, evolutionary biologist Sean Carroll uses the developmental genetics of insects to explain how old genes can learn new tricks and how this can help us understand human evolution.
This lecture is available from Howard Hughes' BioInteractive website.

Audience: 9-12

Source: Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Resource type: Video Lecture

imageSimilarities and differences: Understanding homology and analogy
This interactive investigation explains what homologies and analogies are, how to recognize them, and how they evolve.

Audience: 9-12

Source: UC Museum of Paleontology

Resource type: Online activity or lab

imageWebcast: Selection in action
In lecture two of a four part series, evolutionary biologist David Kingsley discusses how just a few small genetic changes can have a big effect on morphology, using examples from maize, dog breeding, and stickleback fish.
This lecture is available from Howard Hughes' BioInteractive website.

Audience: 9-12

Source: Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Resource type: Video Lecture

Search here:

Grade(s):   K-2     3-5     6-8     9-12     13-16       Spanish        Topics: 

Keyword(s):    Types:       Sort by:       

To search for teaching materials that address particular concepts in our conceptual framework, visit the teachers' lounge for your grade level: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, or undergraduate.



 

Teachers' lounges 9-12 Undergrad 6-8 3-5 K-2

All-level resources
Guide to Evo 101

Conceptual framework

Teaching resource database

Image library

Dealing with objections to evolution

Correcting misconceptions

Alignment with science standards

Suggest a lesson or resource for Understanding Evolution