SORRY, THE INTERACTIVE FROG DISSECTION WILL NOT WORK WITH GRAPHICS TURNED OFF.

URL of this site: http://teach.virginia.edu/go/frog

The Interactive frog Dissection was designed for use in high school biology classrooms. If you've not used this program before, check out the Introduction on the menu that follows.

This program was initially developed by Richard Strauss, Jean Foss, and Mable Kinzie. It was ported to HTML by Bill O'Luanaigh, Jason Mitchell, and Mable Kinzie. Wayne Conners narrates and Martha Foss and Richard Strauss appear on-screen.

Our research with pre-WWW versions of this program suggests that it is a valuable preparation tool or even a useful substitute for laboratory dissection. Click here for research article citations.
Students across the country and abroad are using Net-Frog. Click here to see seventh grade students at Madeira Schools (Cincinnati, Ohio) using Net-Frog in their computer lab.

If you can't use clickable image maps, you will be unable to fully utilize this Web document. We recommend assigning as much RAM as possible to your web application, to allow this program to run more smoothly. (Remember to leave enough RAM for your movie player to open if you plan to view the movies.)

SORRY, THE INTERACTIVE FROG DISSECTION WILL NOT WORK WITH GRAPHICS TURNED OFF.

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Voted among the top 500 web sites by IWAY magazine (2/96), among the top 5% of all web sites by Point Survey, and among the top 20 educational sites be B.E.S.T. (5/96). Included in the Blue Web'n Learning Applications Library. Recipient of the NetGuide Gold Award. Recognized by the Scout Report. Los Angeles Times Pick. Science Site of the day for April 29, 1997.


For links to some other great biology resources, point your web browser at: http://biology.miningco.com/


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