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  • Ms. Bet's avatar
    Mitosis using clay dough
  • My Name Is Ron Hyde :-)'s avatar
    Get your students ready for the big test!!!
    Help your class get pumped up about taking the test by watching one of our now two Macklemore Parodies.
    2013: Rock that Assessment (Thrift Shop)
    2014: Glass Ceiling (Can't Hold Us)

    We hope you class has as much fun watching it as we did making it.

    Enjoy,
    My name is Mr. Hyde

    Get your students ready for the big test!!!
    Help your class get pumped up about taking the test by watching one of our now two Macklemore Parodies.
    2013: Rock that Assessment (Thrift Shop)
    2014: Glass Ceiling (Can't Hold Us)

    We hope you class has as much fun watching it as we did making it.

    Enjoy,...
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    • Mrs. Latham - seriously awesome! i shared both with my students!!

      • Apr 1, 2014
  • Ms. Rodgers's avatar
    I am looking for great meiosis activities that are engaging and not just moving chromosomes around. All I keep finding are paper activities or activities with sandals. Any ideas?
    • Ms. Rodgers - Thanks for the great ideas!!! I think I am going to try some of these.

      • Mar 26, 2014
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      • Mr. Broderick - I do meiosis cookies or pizza. The pupils get a cookie for each stage of meiosis and they have to use icing to show what is happening! if they can explain all five stages they get to eat the cookies! great fun and works a treat!

        • Mar 28, 2014
      • Ms. Bet - How about using clay dough..

        • Apr 4, 2014
      • Mr. Maurer - I am in the integument system unit in anatomy and physiology. Any ideas for activities to get us out of the text book? Thanks

        • Feb 14, 2014
      • Mrs. Drew - I have my students do the following:
        -Fingerprinting
        -Look under the microscope at hair
        -Look at skin/nails
        - Create visuals on different disorders of the integumentary system to present

        • Feb 14, 2014
      • Mrs. Braeckel - Make a model/poster of the layers of skin. Write a story about traveling inside through a wound - what do they see/battle on the way?

        • Feb 15, 2014
      • Mrs. Runion - Google the documentary for The Tree Man....it is awesome.

        • Mar 4, 2014
      • Mr. Bohol - Hey guys! can anyone help with mendelian genetics. I am going to teacher the patterns of mendelian heredity next week. Does anyone with good laboratory activities about this topic? Thanks!

        • Feb 13, 2014
      • Mrs. Patterson Hall - I enjoy using dragon genetics and the students tend to grasp the concept.

        • Feb 13, 2014
      • Ms. Caplain - PBS kids dragonfly tv has a cute border collie breeding activity.

        • Feb 13, 2014
    • Mrs. Lamanna - Seriously?!! I know it's "biology" and all but to have the BioGames site advertising the "sexy online game" w/ League of Angels doesn't seem school appropriate. The actual biology games on the site seem like they're fine but I won't post it to my page w/ that advertiser (or similar ones) on it.

      • Jan 15, 2014
  • Mr. Maurer's avatar
    I am in the integument system unit in anatomy and physiology. Any ideas for activities to get us out of the text book? Thanks
    • Mrs. Drew - I have my students do the following:
      -Fingerprinting
      -Look under the microscope at hair
      -Look at skin/nails
      - Create visuals on different disorders of the integumentary system to present

      • Feb 14, 2014
    • Mrs. Braeckel - Make a model/poster of the layers of skin. Write a story about traveling inside through a wound - what do they see/battle on the way?

      • Feb 15, 2014
    • Mrs. Runion - Google the documentary for The Tree Man....it is awesome.

      • Mar 4, 2014
  • Mr. Bohol's avatar
    Hey guys! can anyone help with mendelian genetics. I am going to teacher the patterns of mendelian heredity next week. Does anyone with good laboratory activities about this topic? Thanks!
    • Mrs. Patterson Hall - I enjoy using dragon genetics and the students tend to grasp the concept.

      • Feb 13, 2014
    • Ms. Caplain - PBS kids dragonfly tv has a cute border collie breeding activity.

      • Feb 13, 2014
  • Mrs. Lamanna's avatar
    Seriously?!! I know it's "biology" and all but to have the BioGames site advertising the "sexy online game" w/ League of Angels doesn't seem school appropriate. The actual biology games on the site seem like they're fine but I won't post it to my page w/ that advertiser (or similar ones) on it.
  • Ms. Sreenisha's avatar
    Hi Everyone,
    Please help me the ideas for group work for - formation of salts and reactivity pattern pf metals.
  • Mr. Klonowski's avatar
    • Mr. Bar - Thank you for sharing!!

      • Jan 8, 2014
  • Mr. Klonowski's avatar
    My new favorite tool... FREE Assessment Data Collection and Analysis made simple for ANY content area.

    http://www.littlebullmusicblog.com/2013/11/gr...
  • Mr. Mendoza's avatar
    Heres a great lesson on lunar phases that contains a dice game and cut and match:
  • Mr. Mendoza's avatar
    I found this great 3D puzzle game on photosynthesis vs. cellular respiration. It is such a hard concept to teach and this made it so easy. It is a complete lesson and the students had fun doing it. Check it out

    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Ce...
  • Ms. Williams's avatar
    Hi All, I'm new to Edmodo and to this page. I teach 7th Grade Life Science at a Title `1 school in SW Florida.Many of my students are from other countries and English is not their native language. Many of them also have special needs; 504's and IEPs. If you come across any thing that might assist me in working with them I would really appreciate it. Thanks.
    • Clara Ramirez - Have yo posted in the Spanish Teacher Share, World Languages, Or Sp Ed Communities? They maybe of some assistance to you.

      • Aug 24, 2013
  • Mr. Knox's avatar
    In order to plug in my own key vocabulary, I have for several years created science homework assignments using Discovery Puzzlemaker--word searches, cryptograms, double puzzles, crosswords. After printing out these assignments, I'd make enough copies, distribute them to students by hand, have students complete them using pencils, have students turn them in by hand, then grade them and return them. Is there a way for me to do all of this online? To create these assignments, assign them to students, have students complete and submit them, and grade and return them . . .all online?
    In order to plug in my own key vocabulary, I have for several years created science homework assignments using Discovery Puzzlemaker--word searches, cryptograms, double puzzles, crosswords. After printing out these assignments, I'd make enough copies, distribute them to students by hand, have students complete them using pencils, have students turn them in by hand, then grade them and return them. Is there a way for me to do all of this online? To create these assignments, assign them to students, have students complete and submit them, and grade and return them . . .all...
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    • Mrs. Ewing - Have you tried quizlet?
      It is free

      • Jul 24, 2013
    • Mr. Burgess - Quizlet is awesome and my 6th n 7th graders LOVE IT!!!

      • Oct 29, 2013
    • Mrs. Giese - Quizlet is wonderful.

      • Nov 4, 2013
  • Dr. Levy's avatar
    Today is my last school day after 44 years of teaching in the public schools. Thank all of you that have made this last year so much more rewarding with your help and advice on Edmodo. I have no fears about the future; it is in the hands of so many wonderful teachers from all around the world.

    Totsiens, mirë u pafshim, مع السلامة, agur, zbogom, добър, хубав, adéu, 再见, Do viđenja, na shledanou, farvel, tot ziens, adiaŭ, nägemist, paalam, näkemiin, jäähyväiset, au revoir, ayó, auf Wiedersehen, γειά, להתראות, viszlát, kveðja, selamat tinggal, adeo, arrivederci, ciao, さようなら, adio, bye, ave, viso gero, adjø, خدا حافظ , do widzenia, adeus, la revedere, до свидания, zbogom, zbogom, zbohom, adiós, vaya con dios, adjö, สวัสด, خدا حافظ , до зобачення, chào

    Today is my last school day after 44 years of teaching in the public schools. Thank all of you that have made this last year so much more rewarding with your help and advice on Edmodo. I have no fears about the future; it is in the hands of so many wonderful teachers from all around the world.

    Totsiens, mirë u pafshim, مع السلامة, agur, zbogom, добър, хубав, adéu, 再见, Do viđenja, na shledanou, farvel, tot ziens, adiaŭ, nägemist, paalam, näkemiin, jäähyväiset, au revoir, ayó, auf Wiedersehen, γειά, להתראות, viszlát,...
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    • Mrs. Maloney - All the best to you!

      • Jun 27, 2013
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      • Mrs. Torrez - enjoy your free time u deserve it...wishing you health and travel!

        • Oct 9, 2013
      • Dr. Levy - Chinese (Mandarin)
        xie xie 谢谢 Dutch dank u English thank you French merci German
        danke Hebrew toda rabah תודה רבה toda תודה Italian grazie Japanese
        ありがとう。 arigatō Korean gamsahabnida Portugese obrigado
        Russian спасибо spasibo Spanish gracias Swedish tack Vietnamese
        cam on

        • Oct 9, 2013
    • Ms. Wood - Hello, advocators of learning! As our world becomes increasingly interconnected, it is critical for our students to become more culturally aware and globally minded. It is life-changing to be able to experience the global classroom first-hand and see what they have been studying in their classes come to life. Global classrooms give them new perspectives not only of themselves but also of the world around them.

      We are pleased to announce that we are taking a group of students from Southwestern Randolph High School (Asheboro, North Carolina) on an educational tour
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      • Jun 25, 2013
  • Ms. Wood's avatar
    Hello, advocators of learning! As our world becomes increasingly interconnected, it is critical for our students to become more culturally aware and globally minded. It is life-changing to be able to experience the global classroom first-hand and see what they have been studying in their classes come to life. Global classrooms give them new perspectives not only of themselves but also of the world around them.

    We are pleased to announce that we are taking a group of students from Southwestern Randolph High School (Asheboro, North Carolina) on an educational tour of Costa Rica during the summer of 2014. Please help us promote and fund our trip by sharing this link on Facebook, Twitter, etc. We are trying to raise $2,500 per student. There are 10 students traveling with our group and three adults. Thanks for your help!
    Hello, advocators of learning! As our world becomes increasingly interconnected, it is critical for our students to become more culturally aware and globally minded. It is life-changing to be able to experience the global classroom first-hand and see what they have been studying in their classes come to life. Global classrooms give them new perspectives not only of themselves but also of the world around them.

    We are pleased to announce that we are taking a group of students from Southwestern Randolph High School (Asheboro, North Carolina) on an educational tour...
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    • Mrs. Setiawati - Thansk for sharing. How if we do a project in edmodo? I teach english at Junior High School called SMPN 13 Bandung., Indonesia. I want to introduce save global environment to my students...Thank you.

      • Jul 8, 2013
    • Ms. Wood - Sounds great! Our new school year starts in late August. I have not conducted an online project in Edmodo with another school. Do you have any ideas about the project? I have an Earth Science colleague that is really interested too. Looking forward to working with you. Thanks!

      • Jul 14, 2013
  • Mr. Bohol's avatar
    Hey guys, any games/interactives on the different fields of biology that you can recommend for my biology class please? thanks.
  • Mr. Hatta's avatar
    Have Fun with games about life and biology
  • Mrs. Scholtes's avatar
    I'm thinking about next fall already...are there any good games out there for biological molecules and/or enzymes?
  • Dr. Levy's avatar
    I have found this to be a very valuable website for creating student achievement certificates. I love being able to show them how proud of them I am. They love being made to feel special.

    http://www.senteacher.org/wk/certificates.php
  • Mrs. Clementson's avatar
    The students really get into the cell game :) Does anyone know of any other good SOL review games for Biology students?
    • Mr. Rhyne - try the Eduvee app; it's nice

      • May 30, 2013
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