Secondary Science Simplified™️ is a podcast specifically for high school science teachers that will help you to engage your students AND simplify your life as a secondary science educator.
Each week Rebecca and her guests will share practical and easy-to-implement strategies for decreasing your workload so that you can stop working overtime and start focusing your energy doing what you love – actually teaching!
Teaching doesn’t have to be rocket science, and you’ll learn exactly what you need to do to simplify your secondary science teaching life so that you can enjoy your life outside of school even more.
Click below to hear about celebrating Earth Day: For the month of April, I’m doing podcast episodes all based on your questions and requests. I love making episodes that are helpful to you, so if there’s something you want to hear about on the podcast, shoot me a DM on
Click Below to Hear About Pain-Free Sub Plans Over the next few weeks, I’m doing a series of episodes based on listener requests. I love hearing from you and providing content that is relevant. So…what was the most requested topic? How to best write pain-free sub plans for secondary science!
Click below to hear about teaching seniors: What better way to top off our mini-series on Senioritis than an interview with a teacher who has a lot of experience teaching seniors in her career. I am so excited to welcome my friend, Diana Price, to the show today! In this
Click below to hear how to combat senioritis: I’ve saved the best for last! In episode 12 and episode 13 I shared tips for combating senioritis as it creeps up in our classrooms this year. If you missed those episodes, be sure to go back and listen. It is possible
Click Below to Hear About Combating Senioritis Part 2: Fighting students for their attention is the last thing you want to do when combating Senioritis. The more choices we can provide for our students, the better our chances for finishing the year on a positive note and avoiding the symptoms
Click below to hear how to combat senioritis: As the weather starts changing and the days are getting longer, Spring Fever starts to set in. I call it Senioritis, and whether you teach seniors or not, this condition does not discriminate based on student age. To be perfectly honest, Senioritis