Changes in Our Ecosystem - Free Resource!
Free Resource - Foldable activity that highlights the changes in our ecosystem (natural events versus human activities)
How to Effectively Use Interactive Notebooks
Teacher-tested tips for effectively using interactive notebooks in secondary science classrooms - Getting Nerdy Science #interactivenotebooks #gettingnerdyscience
Cell Transport - Big Foldable for Interactive Notebook or Binder
Gr.8-12. Get your students excited about learning cell transport. This all-in-one lesson, coloring activity and graphic organizer leaves a lot of room to write descriptions of each type of cell transport.
Interactive Student Notebooks
Forced organization is a crucial part of teaching middle school students. Many students in the 7th grade could not find their head if it was not attached to their bodies, let alone the homework from last night or the notes from three months ago. As a mildly OCD, type A personality, with a (not so) secret love for The Container Store this general unorganization would not fly in my classroom. Enter the Interactive Student Notebook. The idea of a student notebook is not entirely a new concept…
GENETICS: Gregor Mendel GRAPHIC NOTES! NGSS!
In need of a digital version of this for distance learning? We just uploaded this digital (discounted) version to help you out! Need note-taking help for your visual learners? Want something fun for kids to color in while they write down important info? Look no further than our Graphic Notes! These ...
Organizing Student Notebooks with Dividers - Math in the Middle
Today I’m sharing my newest step towards improved organization in the classroom: notebook divider tabs. (I got the idea from a blog post by Sarah Carter and knew that I wanted to modify them to work for me in the upcoming year). I decided that this year I am going to make notes worth 2Read more about Organizing Student Notebooks with Dividers[...]
FREE Protein Structure Biochemistry Homework Page
Use this page to help your students review their understanding of primary structure, secondary structure, tertiary structure, and quaternary structure. This page also includes questions that can help high school biology students better understand the importance of proper protein folding. *********...