Everything You Need To Teach Symbiotic Relationships

Symbiotic relationships play an imperative role in the ecology unit. Learning how organisms interact with one another feels limitless and unbounded for our students. Have you noticed that the level of engagement in your class is enhanced when you discuss animals, their lifestyles and habitat choices? Sample the Niches, Habitats…

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Easy Ways to Teach the Characteristics of the Atmosphere

We have something incredible in common...We breathe the same air! What exactly is this air we breathe composed of? What does it mean to breathe "fresh" air? Does the air change in composition throughout different parts of the world? What about at different altitudes? What are the characteristics of the…

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How to Effectively Add Student Choice into Your Classroom Routines

Our students often feel that they have little to no choice as soon as they enter the halls of school, and this is why student choice matters. This is especially the case with middle and high school-aged kiddos. There are expectations set forth by their parents, their teachers, their school…

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3 Ways to Teach Students How To Interpret Data

How to interpret data is important for both students and teachers. Data analysis and interpretation are key components of any science class, especially when working with the scientific method. We teach our students to gather necessary information, to analyze all components of their findings, and to draw conclusions prior to…

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