Click below to hear my favorite tips for building relationships with your students: You know that building relationships with your students is crucial. You know it leads to more memorable learning experiences but you aren’t quite sure how to build that relationship with all of your 100+ students. Today, I
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Click below to hear how to reach every learner in your classroom: As teachers, we know how important it is to reach every learner that walks into our classroom. But how do we go about doing that when there is such a diverse group of students in every class? Today,
ATTENTION ALL NEW BIOLOGY TEACHERS! If there is ONE thing I care SO MUCH about new biology teachers knowing it’s that you’ve got to teach mitosis and meiosis separately. Don’t make the same mistake I did!! Let me rewind so you can have some context for why I am so
Click below to hear organization tips for your science classroom: Teacher friends, do you LOVE organizing your space like I do? (Shoutout to my fellow Home Edit fans!) Or, does the thought of organizing send you running the other way? Are you thinking there’s no way you can “organize” when
If you are consistently using small groups in your high school science classes and are looking for practical support to do it better, I am so glad you found this post! I am sharing 5 tips to make using small groups easier in your secondary science classes.
Click below to hear a beginning of the year pep talk: The school year is approaching and we could all use a pep talk, especially after the past 3 years. We know this school year is filled with more unknowns and we’re running on empty before the year even starts.
As teachers, it is always our desire to make sure we reach every learner in our classrooms. Now more than ever, our students are becoming more and more diverse – whether it is their background, home life, previous education, life experiences, abilities, preferences, etc.
If you are looking for a way to create a more collaborative classroom culture and/or to better manage the large group of students on your roster, start using small groups TODAY! This post covers the benefits for you AND your students as well as 4 quick-start tips for using small groups if you don’t normally!
Click below to hear Michelle Brosseau talk about teaching physics: Does the thought of teaching physics for the first time stress you out? Do demos and labs seem overwhelming? My special guest, Michelle Brosseau, is here to give some great advice to new physics teachers! Today, I am joined by
Click below to hear my 5 tips for teaching Anatomy: Are you teaching Anatomy for the first time or have you taught it before but don’t feel super confident teaching it? This episode is for you! Today, I am sharing 5 tips for teaching anatomy to help both you and
Here’s the deal. There are a lot of things (like formal lab reports) that we do as secondary science teachers because it is how they have always been done. But when you sit down and really think about it, are all of the things you are doing REALLY beneficial for your students?
Click Below to Hear about Teaching Chemistry with Guest, Zach Matson: Wouldn’t it be nice to get some honest insights and tips about teaching chemistry from an amazing teacher with an INSANE amount of experience? Lucky for us, my high school chemistry teacher is joining me today to do just