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  • 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 […]

  • Temporary E-Learning Tips for Teachers

    All over the United States, teachers are being told to get ready to teach with e-learning if necessary, as many of us watch the news about the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (or the coronavirus) beginning to spread in the community.  In a bunch of countries in Asia, e-learning has already been instituted for over a month now, including […]

  • Flu Season Teacher Survival Tips

    Flu Season February Right now it’s February 2020, and everyone is currently stressing out and worrying about Wuhan coronavirus. (If you want more information about that virus, you can go to this blog post here.) There are a bunch of stores near cities in the USA that are selling out of face masks and people […]

  • Wuhan Coronavirus or 2019-nCoV: Resources for Teachers

    As many of you have seen on the news, there is a possibly serious situation with a novel virus called Wuhan coronavirus or 2019-nCoV happening right now and many of your students are going to ask you every question in the book.  Here are some resources you can use with your students this week to […]

  • The Search for the Ultimate Teacher Shoe

    It’s no secret that science teachers (and all teachers) need a good comfortable, closed-toe shoe that they can walk in all day long.  Teachers need shoes they can walk in all day long and over the years I have tried a lot of different shoes and worn a lot of different brands.  Recently, I wore […]

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