To All The Organisms That Reproduce Asexually…

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Photo credit: Jonathan Mann Happy Asexual Reproduction Day, is a light-hearted song from Jonathan Mann that celebrates the diverse ways in which organisms reproduce asexually. I like to share this video prior to sharing a PowerPoint that I developed that highlights the numerous ways in which organisms reproduce. Disclaimer: It is possible that some families […]

Newton’s Laws Tested in Zero Gravity – Videos

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Photo credit: ESA Science I like to use the following 3 videos when teaching students about Newton’s Laws of Motion. The examples, and descriptions are excellent. Plus, it is cool to see scientists, as astronauts in space. Newton’s 1st Law of Motion: the Law of Inertia Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion: Force, Mass, and Acceleration […]

GMO Articles

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Photo credit: www.mnn.com Students write an argumentative essay, using evidence and reasoning to support their claim that GMO’s are either beneficial (good), or detrimental (bad). To give students a jump start, I provide a number of articles for their review. I particularly like the articles from Mother Nature Network, as they describe some genetically modified […]