African wildlife enjoy a water source

Ecology: Ecosystem Interactions

Carolina has everything you need to teach ecology. This guide on ecosystem interactions, breaks down the important information students need to know, provides links to products and free digital resources, and includes suggestions for hands-on-labs that reinforce student learning.

Underwater scene

Marine Science

Marine science is one of the most popular science electives in high school and college. Its interdisciplinary structure requires students to integrate biology, chemistry, earth science, and physics making it a perfect addition to any science course sequence. This guide breaks down the important information students need to know, provides links to products and free digital resources, and includes suggestions for hands-on-labs that reinforce student learning.

Ecology: Ecosystem Sustainability

Carolina has everything you need to teach ecology. Ecology is the foundational study of how organisms interact with each other and the planet.  A complete study of ecology may include investigating the biotic and abiotic factors of biomes, the structures of ecosystems, the processes at work within ecosystems, interactions among species in an ecosystem, and ecosystem sustainability. This complex topic is broken down into three sections: ecosystem structure, ecosystem interactions, and ecosystem sustainability.

Close up of a green leaf

Photosynthesis

Carolina has everything you need to teach photosynthesis. Understanding this concept sets the foundation for many other biological concepts.

Computer rendering of a protein showing the secondary structure consisting of alpha helix and beta sheets. Tertiary and Quaternary structure is also shown.

Biochemistry

Carolina has everything you need to teach biochemistry. Biochemistry is the foundation for all biology concepts. Basic elements combine into the macromolecules that make life processes possible. This guide breaks down the important information students need to know, provides links to products and free digital resources, and includes suggestions for hands-on-labs that reinforce student learning. We have gathered a variety of products and resources to better help you teach this concept.

Micrograph of onion root tip.

Mitosis and Meiosis

Carolina has everything you need to teach mitosis and meiosis. The processes of mitosis and meiosis are fundamental topics in biology. During these lessons, students learn how cells divide and pass along genetic information to new daughter cells. This knowledge is important as students advance their learning in genetics, inheritance, and diversity. However, the concepts can be difficult for students to understand because they aren’t commonly viewed processes.

Ecology: Ecosystem Structure and Process

Carolina has everything you need to teach ecology. Ecology is the foundational study of how organisms interact with each other and the planet.  A complete study of ecology may include investigating the biotic and abiotic factors of biomes, the structures of ecosystems, the processes at work within ecosystems, interactions among species in an ecosystem, and ecosystem sustainability. This complex topic is broken down into three sections: ecosystem structure, ecosystem interactions, and ecosystem sustainability.

nerve cell

Cell Structure and Function

Carolina has everything you need to teach cell structure and function. Cells are the building blocks of all organisms. The properties, organelles, and characteristics of a cell determine its role within the organism. Understanding the relationship between the cell’s structure and its function is an important topic in any biology course.

The double helix structure of DNA

Molecular Biology

Carolina has everything you need to teach molecular biology. Molecular genetics covers a broad range of topics to understand the important roles of DNA, RNA, and proteins, DNA structure, function, and replication, how genes influence traits, cellular activities, and genetic engineering. Understanding these concepts set the foundation for many other biological concepts.