Chapter 1: Introduction to Biology
Chapter 2: Chemistry of Life
Chapter 3: Cell Structure and Function
Chapter 4: How Cells Obtain Energy
Chapter 5: Photosynthesis
Chapter 6: Reproduction at the Cellular Level
Chapter 7: The Cellular Basis of Inheritance
Chapter 8: Patterns of Inheritance
Chapter 9: Molecular Biology
Chapter 10: Biotechnology
Chapter 11: Evolution and Its Processes
Chapter 12: Diversity of Life
Chapter 13: Diversity of Microbes, Fungi, and Protists
Chapter 14: Diversity of Plants
Chapter 15: Diversity of Animals
Chapter 16: The Body’s Systems
Chapter 17: The Immune System and Disease
Chapter 18: Animal Reproduction and Development
Chapter 19: Population and Community Ecology
Chapter 20: Ecosystems and the Biosphere
Chapter 21: Conservation and Biodiversity
WileyPLUS Learning Space is an easy way for students to learn, collaborate, and grow. With WileyPLUS Learning Space, students create a personalized study plan, assess progress along the way, and make deeper connections as they interact with the course material and each other.
Through a combination of dynamic course materials and visual reports, this collaborative learning environment gives you and your students immediate insight into strengths and problem areas in order to act on what’s most important.
WileyPLUS Learning Space combines ORION adaptive practice and assessment activities with dynamic content as well as a suite of customization and collaboration tools.
•Assets (narrative content, media, and resources) are mapped to key learning concepts in an integrative and customizable manner.
•Contains a number of assets for instructors including activities and resources designed to enhance critical thinking and facilitate a focused assessment.
•ORION Adaptive Practice modules establish and reinforce a personal learning path by providing individual feedback, driving students to engage with interactive content—leading them to study more effectively and understand more deeply.
•ORION Adaptive Practice Section – Contained in every chapter, these ORION adaptive practice modules contain a large number of questions than spans Bloom’s Taxonomy. Students will be presented with questions that ask them to evaluate, analyze and synthesize concepts beyond just the first two levels of Bloom’s.
•Multiple resources for faculty to help facilitate a flipped classroom such as group-learn and in-class activities.
•A great value to students with access to a powerful learning system at a considerable savings over current traditional course options.
•Customization. Instructors can easily customize and add their own material, author & modify questions, assign reading and practice activities, and invite course discussions according to their own course design.
Powerful analytics through a set of reporting and diagnostic tools help to gauge individual student progress