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…
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!
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.
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!
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!
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…
Spooky season is upon us, my friends! I can’t think of a better way to celebrate than combining two of my favorite things.
Ok, I’ll start with a disclosure. I’m a Google Slides convert. When I first started teaching, all my lessons were paper-based…