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Science in the News

By Adam Little

Here at the National Science Learning Centre we have been looking at bringing Cutting Edge Science into the classroom. Often as science teachers we look at ‘ 521 more words

Secondary And Post-16

how the human nervous system works

I’ve been teaching a LOT of physiology this quarter… a LOT. :) And, I try to find interesting videos to send out to my students, so they get an additional approach. 119 more words

how my health has changed me

Behind again… first week of classes (and teaching something new) along with husband’s birthday! Time moves so fast–I’m always thinking I have a few more posts saved for all of you, and then I check to see how far behind I am–ack! 320 more words

Teaching Evolution Every Day

In October of 2011, two colleagues and I presented a talk at the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) Meeting in Anaheim, California. Our short workshop was both an argument for why it makes sense to weave evolutionary theory into every biology topic (indeed, as Theodosius Dobzhansky famously wrote in The American Biology Teacher in 1973, … 4,019 more words

Science Practices

cheaters never win...

Or that’s what I like to think.

Y’know, when I was back in college (graduated 20 years ago), it was the rare case that we found cheaters when I was a TA. 236 more words

great science video, and... inspiration

Slightly off-topic… but who cares. :)

This video was the clear favorite of my students this past quarter: Water Bear Don’t Care It’s a rap about an incredible tiny organism that can survive in extreme conditions, even outer space! 162 more words

Assessment for Learning – Making it stick

by Ursilla Brown

Ursilla Brown is the KS3 Science co-ordinator at St Bernadette Secondary school in Bristol and is one of 50 teachers to win £1,000 for their school as a result of their entry in the… 806 more words

Secondary And Post-16