• Mrs. Tyutenova's avatar

    Hi everyone.
    Any ideas, activities or games from topic: Nerve impulses and reflex?

  • Florencia Corcuera's avatar

    I am looking fotr games, virtual labs or animation that recreate the life cycle and population dynamics of mosquitos? Any suggestions? Thanks

    • Mrs. Rodriguez
      Mrs. Rodriguez said Sep 24, 2015

      It's not mosquitoes, but there is a really great gizmo on explorelearning.com about changes in populations among beetles. It's called Evolution: Natural and Artificial Selection. However, you have to subscribe to the website in order to use the gizmo for more than about ten minutes.

  • Mrs. Karasek's avatar

    Anyone have any suggestions for Health Science Technology or Anatomy?

    • Mrs. Prater
      Mrs. Prater said Sep 30, 2014

      I use getbodysmart.com for teaching anatomy in sports med class. The orthoinfo.org is also a good source for health science topics depending on what you are looking for.

    • Wendy Huerbin
      Wendy Huerbin said Aug 25, 2015

      I have had students trace a partner on butcher paper then they will draw and label bones, muscles, etc. Groups can be divided in those categories and teach to the class.

  • Mr. Mendoza's avatar

    This is a youtube video for an energy pyramid that can be used as a game.

  • Mr. Mendoza's avatar

    This is a youtube demo for the galaxy board game:

  • Mr. Stulz's avatar

    Looking for engaging Zoology Review Games....help!

  • Mr. Mendoza's avatar

    Here is a great review board game called the Galaxy Game.

  • Ms. Bet's avatar

    Mitosis using clay dough

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    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.

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      Mrs. Latham said Apr 1, 2014

      seriously awesome! i shared both with my students!!

  • 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?

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    • Ms. Bet
      Ms. Bet said Apr 4, 2014

      How about using clay dough..

    • Mrs. Masureik
      Mrs. Masureik said May 5, 2014

      Ms. Goldsmith - what questions do you use? I am new to the whole inquiry based approach, so would really value your input here. Thanks!

    • Ms. Sison
      Ms. Sison said Sep 15, 2014

      I have been the cooperating teacher of pre-service bachelor of secondary education major in biology students this semester. They just gave their practice lesson last week about cell division. I suggested some activities that they may incorporate in their lesson plans. You might want to try the mitosis activity where students are grouped and given a task where they create a model of assigned mitosis phase using materials given to them like yarn strings, a piece of cartolina or Manila paper as their base, scotch tapes and popsicle sticks. Students are the one to create their more...

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