What if I told you that it doesn’t have to be that hard to create and assign sub plans? Here’s my list of top activities for biology sub plans including some helpful tips.
Teaching Punnett Squares can be overwhelming. I have narrowed down four great types of Punnett squares activities that you can easily incorporate into your lesson.
Cells are my favorite area of Biology to teach, and learning about how they cycle through interphase and mitosis is fascinating! I love it so much that I am providing you with free cycle resources to use with your students. You will get two of my favorite resources…
It’s the most (scientifically) wonderful time of the year! The air has a chill to it… Everyone is rushing to get their shopping done… There is the anticipation of a *much needed* school break! And yes, our students’ engagement may have gone down… So it’s time for some winter Science activities!
While it is one of my favorite lessons, I have students who find pedigree charts diagrams difficult to read and interpret. Use these strategies to make teaching pedigrees you (and your students’) favorite lesson!
In my early years of teaching, I just thought of evolution as “common sense.” I didn’t think that I needed to go into great detail because my students would just naturally understand it. WRONG. My thinking was completely backwards.
Teaching cell respiration is one of the hardest units of the school year, and it can be my least favorite to teach. Regardless, it has to be taught, and I have come up with some strategies on how to teach cellular respiration that I hope you find helpful.
We all know that teaching complex scientific concepts like DNA structure can sometimes feel like an uphill battle. But what if I told you that learning about the fascinating structure of DNA doesn’t have to be a tedious task for your students?
As educators, it is our responsibility to create an inclusive and stimulating learning environment for all students. In a high school biology classroom, fostering accessibility and diversity is crucial to ensure that every student can engage with the subject matter effectively. In this blog post, we will explore 5 strategies and techniques that science teachers can implement to establish an accessible and diverse biology classroom.
It’s a new year, which means it’s a great time to try new activities in your high school biology lessons!
I love to implement new ideas and see how students react and learn. Why not spice up your biology lessons with some exciting activities that will not only captivate your students’ attention but also promote active learning?