Updates to Biology Reading Days

A while back, I wrote a blog post about my Biology Reading Days. When I started this project, I wasn't quite sure where I was going with it. I now love it. You can read the original post here. I will admit, not all my students share my enthusiasm for scientific literature. And that's fine. What... Continue Reading →

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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 →

Making Biology Real

Long time no see, blog world! This school year got very busy, very fast! But no worries- it's summer break and I'm back to share my ideas and resources with the word! Today, I have a whole pile of articles. I've collected these over the last few years, mostly from the New York Times science... Continue Reading →

“But this isn’t english class.”

How many science teachers (or math, or history, or anything other than English) teachers have heard this? And on the other side, teachers are being told that reading and writing need to be taught across the curriculum from administrators (which I agree with). So this year, I started a new project: Biology Reading Days. I... Continue Reading →

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