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Category Archives: Forensics
Viola Hyatt- Alabama Torso Murderer (1929-2000)
Viola Hyatt dismembered 2 men and threw their body parts out of her car as she drove through 3 counties in rural Alabama. Continue reading
Fingerprint Fuming for Forensics The EASY Way!
Are You Looking for a Better Way to Process Fingerprints with Your Forensics Students? I love superglue fuming fingerprints with my Forensics students but it can be so difficult and messy! This year, I was determined to find a better … Continue reading
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A Fun Christmas PBL Activity for Forensics!
Need a Fun, Christmas PBL Activity for Forensics? This one is awesome! Continue reading
Case of the Missing Coat: A Christmas Crime Scene PBL for Forensics
What Happens When Santa Realizes His Magic Coat Was Stolen From His Closet? He calls 911 and deploys E.L.F.S. (Evidence Locating Forensic Squad)! Continue reading
Freebie Alert! Do Your Students Like to Solve Mysteries?
Do your students like mysteries? Grab this freebie to use with your class! Continue reading
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Zombie Wound Healing Lab REVISED
Studying the Integumentary System can be a little boring so this year we tried something different by creating gross, realistic-looking wounds to explore wound healing. Continue reading
The Pink Eye of Death– A Medical Mystery
Students become medical detectives as they investigate this mysterious death. Continue reading
Burke and Hare– Real-Life Body Snatchers! Revamped for Distance Learning!
William Burke and William Hare– Real Life Body Snatchers!! Revamped for Distance Learning!! 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. … Continue reading
Assistant Medical Examiner Training Program- A Comprehensive PBL for High School Anatomy (or Forensics) Classes!
How Do I Keep My Students Engaged At The End of The Year? How About Training To Be Assistant Medical Examiners? It seems like every school year…. I flip the calendar to May and my students start thinking school is … Continue reading
That Awesome Moment When You See Your Name in Print!
A Published Author? Me? I was so excited today to check out the latest Spring edition of The Forensic Teacher magazine and see something from my own classroom! (Check out the latest issue here ) I began this blog when … Continue reading
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