Amazing video from the PBS series The Story of Cats – a jaguar swims to sneak up on and attack a caiman in Brazil’s Pantanal. Watch below:
Below are Quizlet review activities for my College Prep Biology class at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy. The topic for this review is Ecology: Levels of Organization and Biomes. First is a Quizlet flashcard review: Next is a Quizlet vocab quiz. You can also try other review activities by clicking the dropdown menu on the bottom-right of […]
Below are Quizlet review activities for my College Prep Biology class at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy. The topic for this review is Ecology: Energy in Ecosystems, Food Webs, and Food Chains. First is a Quizlet flashcard review: Next is a Quizlet vocab quiz. You can also try other review activities by clicking the dropdown menu on […]
Last summer I attended a Google Apps for Educators workshop at Pinkerton Academy in New Hampshire. One of the videos they showed in the keynote address was Caine’s Arcade – if you’re not familiar with it, it’s well worth watching the following video: In a nutshell, Caine used his imagination, and a dash of creativity, […]
This plant…will kill you.
I’ve wasted far too much time trying to format attendance and grading rosters “just right” in Google Sheets (I’m a bit of a perfectionist!), so I thought I’d share links to blank versions of each in case anyone out there wants to use them as a template. You can click on the links below, which […]
One of the most memorable experiences I had as a teacher intern last spring was an ecology class field trip to a vernal pool near my home. The kids were fully engaged, and several of the boys were determined to catch as many frogs as they could. One of the frogs that was scooped up […]
YouTube user Anja Englert recently uploaded a video of a lightning bolt destroying a telephone pole in Chicago – check it out, it’s quite striking 🙂 Need to save this one for Physical Science class.
I never cease to be amazed by the fact that we are still finding new creatures on this planet. In the past week I’ve read two stories on NPR.com about discoveries of animals that appear to be new to science. What’s particularly cool is that these animals couldn’t be more different, and we’re still not […]
I hate to admit that I’m a sucker for funny cat videos/photos. I also happen to love teaching histology, and have been doing so for the past week in Anatomy and Physiology class. I never would have thought that these two interests could be combined, but thanks to the iHeartHisto website, the unlikely merger of […]