Monthly Archives: October 2017

Burke and Hare– Real-Life Body Snatchers!

William Burke and William Hare– Real Life Body Snatchers!! This Halloween, I’m going to spice up my Forensics class with a spooky study of real life murders and grave robbers!  William Burke, William Hare, and Dr. Knox are said to … Continue reading

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Mock Crime Scene

  Etowah High students probe mock crime Attalla police and the amateur investigators of Shelley Montgomery’s forensic science class at Etowah High School combed two separate scenes for evidence to uncover what caused the death of a 40-year-old victim in … Continue reading

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PLT 2.0: Cultivating a Professional Learning Community, the 2nd Year

So, it’s the beginning of another school year and the second year of our school’s Professional Learning Team (PLT) and we are faced with an important question….. How do we broaden the work of our professional learning community in order … Continue reading

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