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
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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
While I am a life science girl at heart, chemistry was one of my favorite courses in high school (most likely because I had an amazing teacher for it who saw me all the way through from Chem 1 to AP Chem). But if I am perfectly honest with you, I was intimidated by teaching chemistry in physical science as a course, even though I personally love chemistry. I may love it and it may make perfect sense in my brain, but that doesn’t mean I would be good at teaching it!!
I’m a life science girl at heart. I was a biological sciences (pre-med) major all throughout college, before adding in a secondary science education double major during my junior year. Biology, anatomy, and chemistry have always been my favorites. So when I found out at my first teaching job I
I was pre-med in college before I decided to switch my major to secondary science education. Because of this, I have always LOVED teaching life science courses. I logically knew as a teacher I wouldn’t always get to teach what I wanted, but I was still shocked when I got
“I don’t even know where to begin.” “I don’t know what the question is asking.” “I don’t know what I am even looking for.” There is nothing more frustrating for a student (and a teacher) than looking at a question or problem and having no idea what to do
Last year after completing my full year biology curriculum, I decided to write a blog post to give context for why I chose the particular scope and sequence that I use in biology. I loved hearing from so many of you, so after a little break from product creation, I