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TEACHING ABOUT EVOLUTION AND THE NATURE OF SCIENCE: This is a booklet made available by the National Academies Press that discusses both the how and the why of teaching about evolution. Includes activities to teach about evolution and as well as evolution in the context of science.

Guide to Evolution / Paleontology is a guide to education about evolution which includes links to many other useful sites.
"Alabama Insert: A study in ignorance and dishonesty": This is the text of an address given by Richard Dawkins at Auburn University in 1996, from which I have drawn heavily. It is available in the Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science, Vol. 68, No.l, January, 1997. Franklin Lectures in Science & Humanities Auburn University April 1, 1996, by Dr. Richard Dawkins, Charles Simonyi Professor, In the Public Understanding of Science, Oxford University
CHAPTER #6: EVOLUTION, LIFE & THE SCI. METHOD This is a very nice site by Dr. R. E. Hurlbert who teaches Microbiology at Washington State University. He considers many aspects of the nature of science and evolutionary biology.
Common Misconceptions about Evolution This is an excellent essay on misconceptions about evolution that the authors make available in a printable HTML format and Adobe PDF format. Prepared by Dr. Massimo Pigliucci, PhD, Departments of Botany and of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee
Evolution of the wrist This is a page of links dealing with evolution of the wrist submitted by an elementary school student named Alex.
EVOLUTION LINKS This is an evolution link page from the Milpitas, California, High School Science Department. Lots of good links here for teachers trying to overcome anti-evolutionism
Five Major Misconceptions about Evolution This is the TalkOrigins FAQ that focuses on five of the major misconceptions about evolution, authored by Mark Isaak.
Introduction to Evolutionary Biology This is a very nice set of readings on evolutionary biology that should be accessible to most lay readers
Misconceptions about Evolution This is attached to part of the Freethought Ring. It discusses many of the major misconceptions and has some pertinent links. Authored by Curt van den Heuvel.
The Talk.Origins Archive: The FAQ This is the most comprehensive site on the web that attempts to overcome misconceptions about the concept of evolution