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Cute “Anatomically Correct” Valentine!
Looking for a cute heart Valentine (anatomically correct, of course!) for your high school students? How about creating an Anatomically Correct Valentine Heart? Continue reading
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
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 Forensic Fairytale– Day 2 Crime Lab
Forensic Fairytale– Day 2– The Crime Lab On Day 2, my students had to analyze the evidence they collected when they excavated their “graves”. Each person had a job or responsibility from Forensic Geologist to Forensic Anthropologist to Coroner. I … Continue reading
Posted in Forensics, Instructional Coaching, Project Based Learning PBL, Sketch Notes, Strategies, Teaching Tagged anthropology, biology, bones, Forensic Science, Forensics, high school, lesson, PBL, Pedagogy, project based learning, science, secondary school, skeletal system, teachers, teaching Leave a comment
A Forensic Fairytale- Day 1- Crime Scene
She really just wanted to share the little cottage in the forest with her special little guy, her woodland creatures, and live happily ever after there… NOT at the castle with a stuffy, vain Prince! It was after one heart-wrenching … Continue reading
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
Tardigrades… Water Bears… Moss Piglets.. What?
So What Exactly IS a Tardigrade? A Tardigrade (also known as “water bears” or “moss piglets”) is a microscopic organism that can survive extreme heat, cold, pressure, no water, no air, and any other insane circumstance you can throw … Continue reading
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