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Category Archives: Instructional Coaching
Growing as a STEM Educator- My Journey Year 2
This year, I’m so excited to have been chosen to participate in the Research Experiences for STEM Educators and Teachers (RESET) through the Army Educational Outreach Program. It is an intensive, year-long program that offers authentic research opportunities in STEM. I am participating along with around 60 other educators from states across the country. Continue reading
Growing as a STEM Educator- My Journey Year 1
National STEM Certification! Completely online, 38 modules competency-based. It was awesome program of professional learning. Continue reading
My Book is Available NOW!
This comprehensive coloring review guide offers anyone interested in Anatomy and Physiology a fun, effective way to learn. Each chapter features diagrams for coloring, as well as review and sketch note pages for a more interactive way to master difficult … Continue reading
Newsflash—Publication Date is Getting Closer!
In case you haven’t heard… Our book has been submitted for publication and should be available within the next few weeks! My daughter (a trauma nurse) and I have collaborated to create a comprehensive, student-friendly (and teacher-friendly) 400 page review … Continue reading
Posted in Anatomy & Physiology, Instructional Coaching, Sketch Notes, Strategies, Teaching Tagged activity, Anatomy and Physiology, formative assessment, high school, high school anatomy, high school learning, High School Science, human body, instructional coach, instructional strategies, Pedagogy, science, Science Teaching, secondary school, Sketch Notes, sketchnotes, Sketchnoting, strategic teaching, Teachers Pay Teachers, teaching, teaching and learning, teaching strategy Leave a comment
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
Posted in activity, Forensics, Instructional Coaching, Personal Thoughts, Teaching Tagged high school, Pedagogy, professional development, reflection, science, students, teachers, teaching 1 Comment
Think Cellphones Aren’t Distracting Students During Class? Think Again…
Think cellphones are being used responsibly by teenagers during school? Think again…. 🙄 This is the reason cell phones are such a distraction during class… My students conducted research on their own cell phone use during class. I had them turn … Continue reading
Anatomy Practicals- Stackables that Teach: A Life-Sized Human Body Project- The Nervous System!
The Struggle Continues….. My students struggle because most anatomical diagrams are small and can be difficult for them to analyze. My class created big bodies with basic organs from an outline I drew for their Gallery Walk at the conclusion … Continue reading
Posted in activity, Anatomy & Physiology, Anatomy Practicals- Stackables that Teach, Instructional Coaching, Project Based Learning PBL, Sketch Notes, Teaching Tagged anatomy, Anatomy and Physiology, brain, high school, life sized diagrams, nervous system, PBL, science, Science Teaching, secondary school PBL 3 Comments
Ever Wondered How I Use Sketch Notes With My Anatomy Classes? Keep Reading!
Ever wondered how I use Sketch Notes with my Anatomy classes? Let me take you visually step by step through blood circulation Sketch Notes Continue reading
Posted in activity, Anatomy & Physiology, Instructional Coaching, Sketch Notes, Strategies, Teaching Tagged anatomy, Anatomy and Physiology, biology, blood flow through heart, cardiovascular system activity, circulation, circulatory system, high school, medical drawing, nursing, Pedagogy, science, Sketch, Sketch Notes, sketchnotes, Sketchnoting, the heart Leave a comment
What is My Process for Drawing Sketch Notes for My Students? Here’s A Step-By-Step Guide!
You’ve Used Prepared Sketch Notes & Doodle Notes But You’d Like to Create Your Own…. But How? I’ve been creating Sketch Notes for my students for several years (ever since I had a student in AP Bio whose first language … Continue reading
Posted in Anatomy & Physiology, biology, Forensics, Instructional Coaching, Sketch Notes, Strategies, Teaching Tagged Anatomy and Physiology, art in science, biology, Doodle Notes, Forensics, High School Science, Pedagogy, science, Science Teaching, Sketch Notes, sketchnotes, Sketchnoting Leave a comment
Need Inspiration for an Interdisciplinary PBL for High School Students? Check Out What Our Students Did!
Etowah students explore DNA, databases, and the Fourth Amendment By Caylie Moore / Special to The Times Posted Feb 9, 2019 at 9:58 PMUpdated Feb 9, 2019 at 9:58 PM The teachers of Etowah High School have come together to give their senior class the learning experience of a … Continue reading