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Category Archives: T.I.P Theory Into Practice
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
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
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
Just Launched! Biology Sketch Notes~ My New Website!!
I’m so excited! My new website launched today! Wow! This has been a labor of love! Today, I marked something off my bucket list. My very own website for Biology Sketch Notes has launched! Head on over to https://www.biologysketchnotes.com/ and check … Continue reading
Posted in biology, Forensics, Instructional Coaching, Professional Learning Team, Sketch Notes, Strategies, T.I.P Theory Into Practice, Teaching Tagged biology, high school, Pedagogy, professional development, science, secondary school, Sketch, Sketch Notes, sketchnotes, Sketchnoting, students, teachers, teaching, technology Leave a comment
An End of the Year Reflection on Using Sketch Notes With My Classes
Another Year Draws to a Close… It’s hard to believe that I’ve finished up another year in the classroom. Looking back, this has been one of the more enjoyable teaching years that I can remember. I felt like my students … Continue reading
A Quick Skeletal Remains Lab Set-Up for Forensic Anthropology
Need a Quick Way to Cover a LOT of Concepts in Forensics Without Setting Up a Whole Crime Scene? Try Stations! This week, my class is entering the end of their study of Forensic Anthropology unit and I really wanted … Continue reading
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How to Write a Project-Based Learning (PBL) Case for Your Class the EASY WAY!
Writing and/or incorporating a project-based learning case is a scary experience for most teachers. We have all read the research on the benefits of having students participate in a large real-world project. We know these projects deepen student learning and … Continue reading
Making Infographics Easy With Easel.ly!
Ever wondered if it is difficult to make an infographic? Well….. it isn’t! My students made the infographics above as part of their CER (Claim, Evidence, Reasoning) presentation during our Blue People of KY PBL for genetics. I added this … Continue reading
Posted in Instructional Coaching, T.I.P Theory Into Practice, Teaching Tagged biology, infographic, science, technology 4 Comments
A Cool New Classroom Game from Quizlet!
Have you tried the new classroom game from Quizlet? I confess. Yesterday, I really needed an engaging way to help my students review our big unit on Chromosomes, Cell Cycle (Mitosis), and Meiosis. Most of my students are familiar with … Continue reading