Doodle Notes are one of my favorite resources to use in my high school biology classroom. Many teachers only know how to use Doodle Notes on paper, but students can also complete them on their devices. There are many benefits to completing Doodle Notes digitally, which we will explore…
Even though biology is a high school course, students still need to review it. More importantly, students need engaging review activities. Let’s take a look at six engaging biology review activities that your students will actually enjoy!
One of the most important parts of creating biology lessons is to keep them fun and engaging. In other words, what can you do to keep Johnny from putting his head down and sleeping? Am I right? Let’s take a look at 8 fun ideas that can be easily created in Google Slides!
Valentine’s Day is coming up, and you betcha I love using some love-themed activities in my science lessons! If you are struggling to come up with an idea for how to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your students, I’ve got you covered.
In the past few years, more and more high school teachers have been using technology in their lessons to help their students learn. I’m sure you are one of those teachers! And if not, well… you are in the right place!
Happy New Year! I can’t believe we’re already in a new year! One of my resolutions has always been to try something new in my classroom. Maybe that is one of your resolutions, as well. If you have never tried using Google Slides as part of your Biology lessons…
Technology is a great tool to use in the classroom. I mean, we use it every day. While some tools are not as helpful, YouTube is a site that I use quite frequently in my Biology classroom.
Taking notes is one of those necessary things students have to do, but they can get bored easily. Wanna know a secret? Come closer… (*whispering*) Notes don’t have to be boring.
It only takes one word to get high school biology students shaking in their boots: photosynthesis. Can you really blame them?
Imagine this. The last bell has just rung on a Friday afternoon. You sit down in your chair, put your feet up and look out of the window…