Unleashing Student Creativity

It's back to school time. I've had my students back for a full week and so far, so good! I'm really making an effort to encourage students to be more creative in my biology classes and prove that they understand the concepts and not just memorized facts. I wanted to hit the ground running with all the... Continue Reading →

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Mother Earth Thanks You.

I spend pretty much the last quarter of my freshmen biology class on the environment. I tried a new project this year, and I loved it. But more importantly, most of the kids loved it too! They made their own compost containers and then we ran them for about 6 weeks to test their effectiveness.... Continue Reading →

Review Days- More Than Just Jeopardy

I've been doing some pre-school year planning this week... can you believe it's time already? This week I put together a list of review activities. Like most teachers, I have a go to review game that the kids love (hint- they get to throw things). I put them in groups and ask them questions. If they... Continue Reading →

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