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?
If you’re new to my blog – welcome! If you haven’t already guessed, Doodle Notes are a passion of mine, and their benefits in the classroom are endless. Just sit back and relax while I take you on a journey about my love for Doodle Notes and why you should use them in your biology classroom.
Earth Day is a perfect time to teach your students about the importance of protecting our planet from harmful human activity. While it is important to educate students about the serious environmental issues facing our planet, it is equally important to make learning fun and engaging! So here are 5 fun Earth Day activities!
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!
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!
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…
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?
In this post, I’m going to share three ways to use Doodle Notes in your classroom. These are an all-time favorite for me and students really enjoy them!