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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
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
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
Anatomy Practicals- Stackables that Teach: A Life-Sized Human Body Project- The Respiratory System!
The Respiratory System – Simplified! My students love having large-sized structures to work with and always tell me that it really helped them remember the organs. I looked for pre-made life-sized bodies with organs, but sadly only found things appropriate … Continue reading
Anatomy Practicals- Stackables that Teach: A Life-Sized Human Body Project- The Excretory/ Urinary System!
The Excretory/ Urinary System- Life-Sized! 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 … Continue reading
Anatomy Practicals- Stackables that Teach: A Life-Sized Human Body Project- The Digestive System!
The Digestive System– Life-sized! 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 … Continue reading
Anatomy Practicals- Stackables that Teach: A Life-Sized Human Body Project- The Integumentary System!
The Body’s Largest Organ… The Skin I had a hard time with this one! The skin is the body’s largest organ, so how the heck was I supposed to incorporate that into a life-sized diagram? It took a bit of … 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
Posted in activity, Forensics, Instructional Coaching, Personal Thoughts, Teaching Tagged high school, Pedagogy, professional development, reflection, science, students, teachers, teaching 1 Comment