Time is the one thing you can never get back, and there never seems to be enough of it. Am I right?Before you know it, the end of the course or test date is right around the corner, and you realize that you have so much content left to cover. I want to help you explore three ways to quickly navigate the rest of the content in your course.
8 Top Biology Websites for Teachers
The amount of information on websites for biology is daunting. No one has time to look through and determine if a website is legitimate or gauge just how well a website will work for them. I have done my fair share of vetting and researching the best websites for biology. Here are my top 8 websites!
How I Grade My Biology Students
Grading biology students can be hard. We have to look at not only how well students understand basic ideas and principles, but also how well they can apply these ideas to real-world situations. In my classroom, I grade my students in a variety of ways. I want to share them with you today!
10 Amazing Women Scientists Who Changed the World
International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8th and is a wonderful day to celebrate women in science. From Marie Curie’s pioneering work in radioactivity to Rosalind Franklin’s contribution to the discovery of the structure of DNA, women have left their mark on the scientific world. Let’s take a look at 10 amazing women scientists who have changed our world!
How to Differentiate Doodle Notes for Students
Let’s be honest, it can be hard to effectively differentiate lessons for the variety of students that we encounter on a daily basis. Today, I want to discuss how to differentiate a popular review activity – Doodle Notes!
5 Ways to Get Students Excited About Biology
As we all know, just because students are required to take biology doesn’t mean they are interested in the subject… yet! Today, I’m going to share 5 ideas on how to make biology exciting for your students!
How to Teach Protein Synthesis
Protein synthesis is a crucial part of your students’ biology course. The truth of the matter is many students find protein synthesis difficult and boring. This is where you come in!
6 Strategies to Build Good Relationships with Your Students
Why did you become a teacher? I bet there is one teacher, or even multiple teachers, that pop into your head. Now… think about what all of those teachers had in common…
How to Use Doodle Notes Digitally
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…
6 Review Activities to use in Your Biology Classes
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!