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Teaching Science Without a Textbook

What do most people think of when “science” pops to mind? Lab coats, microscopes, rulers, fume hoods, and other lab equipment likely enter the front of most everyone’s imaginations when “science” crosses their consciousness. Science is currently a nationwide standard by which students’ and schools’ comprehension and performance are compared to one another. However, science […]

Teaching Tips for First-Time Science Teachers

Teaching science can be a daunting task especially if it is your first time doing so. The task of teaching, in general, can be intimidating, but it is important to remember why you are doing this. You want to broaden the horizons of young minds and expose them to things they were previously unknown to. […]

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What Have We Learned?

So…what did you learn? For the past couple months, I have been fortunate to return to the classroom and learn with amazing juniors and seniors about the wonderfully wild world of Biotechnology.  As we wound down the semester, I asked my students to reflect on what they wished we (adults) knew about high school.   Their […]

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