I am in my 9th year of teaching high school science. I teach multiple science courses and enjoy leading the Science Club. I enjoy coffee, reading, and crochet.
Putting together new ideas for my cellular respiration unit.
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Sat, Aug 04, 2018 11:32 AM in Education Major or Neuroscience
Hello! One thing I would encourage is to look for schools that do education as a certificate instead of a major. For example, I hold a B.S. in Chemistry, as well as my teaching certificate. I do not have a masters degree. I completed the B.S. and teaching courses at the same time, and graduated in 4.5 years. There are many schools that allow you to take this route, instead of majoring in Chemistr...
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Wed, Apr 17, 2013 4:39 PM in Teaching Evolution for the First Time
I thought I would have troubles with teaching evolution to my students. However, I have found that if I just jump right out and tell them that we are not discussing religion, but the scientific facts, they are usually pretty good about it. I really like the materials at teachersdomain.org, its a PBS site that has some really good movies that show co-evolution (Toxic Newts), and why evolution is st...
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