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  • How to Make a Digital Doodle Diagram Notebook

    In all types of classrooms (remote, face-to-face, blended, everything in between), teachers are looking to use more versatile tools to help their students learn and interact with science content and one of these resources can be a digital notebook. One of these tools is called a Digital Notebook, or Digital Interactive Notebook. Karen Randazzo and […]

  • Blended Learning Courses in the Teacher Prep Room

    As the spring drew to a close and teacher summers started in the end of May through June, teachers began thinking of the fall and I also started to brainstorm how I could help teachers this summer and this fall. Ways to support teachers as they enter the new world of blended learning were at […]

  • How to Create Your Own Virtual Science Lab Classroom

    In this digital learning world we find ourselves in, a lot of teachers are looking for ways to connect with our students. (You can read more distance learning tips here on this blog post.) We all need a central location to share lesson links, share assignments, and communicate. One way to make this fun and […]

  • Virtual Fly Lab

    Teachers are looking everywhere right now for virtual labs to do with their students and traditionally, the spring is all about genetics, evolution, and ecology in my biology class. Everyone is looking for creative solutions for teaching digitally. One teacher recently messaged me and told me, that right before this pandemic hit, she was going […]

  • How to Use SARS-CoV-2 to Introduce Bioinformatics

    To prevent coronavirus spread, we cannot do a lot besides disinfect surfaces, wash our hands, encourage students to stay home if they are sick, and avoid travel to areas with epidemics. But we as science teachers have a unique opportunity to educate students about the biology behind the virus and introduce the field of bioinformatics […]

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