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How to plan Your Biology EOC Review

How to Plan Your Biology EOC Review

With your end-of-course exams just around the corner, there is no better time to begin thinking about how your students will prepare with a Biology EOC review. Here are some BIG ideas of how to make test prep easier, more engaging for students, and more informative for you!

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Plant Experiments for Biology Class

Would you like to incorporate more plant experiments for your Biology lesson plans? Not sure how plant labs fit into your course standards? We’ve got some great plant lab ideas for you and will help you see how they can align with the Next Generation High School Life Science Standards*.

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7 Fun Protein Synthesis Activities

Winter is the perfect time of year for engaging protein synthesis activities to bring some life back to your Biology classroom! Since many Biology teachers traditionally hit DNA and protein synthesis near the holidays, we wanted to share a few protein synthesis resources that are sure to engage your students.

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Using Biology PowerPoints to Boost Student Engagement

I know what you’re thinking- how can the use of Biology PowerPoints possibly boost student engagement? Sure, lectures and presentations have been widely criticized for their one-sided nature in the high school science classroom. Although students are certainly benefiting from science standards that are increasingly focused on more experiential science,

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Organizing Late Work

How to Organize Late Assignments

You just sat down to catch up on grading and realize there are a few older assignments mixed in with the ones you collected yesterday. You try to remember: were these students absent or should these worksheets be counted late? With well over one hundred students, it’s a lot to

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Using Science Task Cards in your High School Classroom

Task cards can be a great tool in a teacher’s repertoire. Science task cards are perfect for a classroom review game, practice for early finishers, and formative assessments. If placed around the room, task cards are an easy way to incorporate movement and collaboration in the classroom as students rotate

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Scientific Method Experiments

3 Types of Scientific Method Experiments

So you’ve just started your year and you need to review some basic science processes. Although the scientific method is something best to incorporate throughout your other topics, starting a course with some engaging scientific method experiments is an easy way to practice inquiry learning and hands-on activities. Using open-ended

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Essential Supplies for Teaching Anatomy and Physiology

Essential Supplies for Teaching Anatomy and Physiology

It’s back-to-school season and your administrator just announced you’ll be teaching Anatomy and Physiology. You know this class should have lots of lab activities and hands-on lessons, but where should you start? Here is a list of supplies and equipment traditionally used for an Anatomy and Physiology course: I know

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Organizing your Environmental Science Curriculum

Organizing Your Environmental Science Curriculum

Have you been staring at a blank page trying to organize your scope and sequence for an Environmental Science curriculum? Have you rearranged your lesson plans and activities over and over with no success? Finding a good order for your teaching resources is particularly difficult for an Environmental Science or

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Easy Science Sub Plans for Emergency Days

Nothing is worse than an emergency sub day because you’re sick or you have to stay home to care for someone else. Coming up with science sub plans can be a frustrating addition to an already stressful day. Without warning, it’s easy to tell the sub to play a video

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