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A guest post by Carl Sommerfeld, a science teacher at John Oliver Secondary where he shares his experience of “teaching students to ask their own questions” by using the question formulation technique shared in the book “Make Just One Change”. Recently I decided … Continue reading
Here is an updated version of the Science 8 Body Systems Unit plan. This represents one of the six strategies that support students being able to answer the three (+1) questions.
Pro D videos for teachers from Teacher TV in the UK: Check out “Bums to Gums” — second segment of this video Demonstrating biology Engaging biology activities which require simple equipment. Demonstrating chemistry Demonstrations of chemical reactions to enthuse your … Continue reading