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Key Concepts: symbiosis, mutualism, commensalism, parasitism, inquiry, activity Explore all the types of symbiosis with this engaging lesson. These comics clearly illustrate the concept and examples, and the concluding activity allows students to
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Symbiosis ComicKey Concepts: symbiosis, mutualism, parasitism, commensalism, symbiotic relationshipExplore the concept of symbiosis with these engaging illustrations. This comic serves as an infographic linking images to the concepts. Readers will
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Key Concepts: natural selection, survival of the fittest, darwin, evolution, lesson Miss B's kitchen is infested with ants! In this lesson, learn how natural selection and survival of the fittest play a role when it comes to taking care of the
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Key Concepts: food chains, food webs, balance, producers, consumers, decomposers, sun, ecosystems, energy Discover the delicate balance that exists in ecosystems right in your own backyard! This combo includes four comics- both the Food Chains an
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Doodle Note Version Available! Food Web Comic with Doodle Notes. Food Webs Comic This comic is a fun and engaging way to teach learners of all levels about food webs! Students examine a food web often found in their own backyard. This download
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Key Terms: food chains, consumers, producers, energy, decomposers, sun, ecosystems, environment Every ecosystem is composed of multiple food chains, even in your own backyard. In this comic, examine a food chain that is easily observable in
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Ecosystems Interactions: Producers Comic with Doodle Notes Key Concepts: producers, energy, sun, photosynthesis, plants, food, interactions The food of almost any kind of organism can be traced back to plants. Plants have the ability to transform
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Key Concepts: asexual reproduction, clone, genetics, cells This comic provides a brief overview of what asexual reproduction is and the benefits and drawbacks to it. It aligns with the following Common Core Content Standards: Model Curriculum
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The Great Auk was a flightless bird that lived on this planet less than two hundred years ago. Unfortunately, the bird was hunted to extinction. In this comic, students will read about the Great Auk and other extinct animals. They get a clear
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Key Concepts: adaptations, traits, habitat, environment, ecosystems Join a polar bear on his journey through different climates to discover which climates best suit his adaptations! This comic delivers a quick lesson. This high quality PDF download
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Save the Monarchs Comic Students hear about endangered species all the time, but most 'flagship' species are rather distant on the globe. The monarch butterfly is a local species with declining populations, and it is easy to make the effort to
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Help the Honeybees Comic Key Concepts: environment, conservation, honeybees, pesticides, nature, science, colony collapse disorder, CCD, human impact on the environment, Earth Day The honeybee population is quite unstable. All over our country,
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Eat Less Meat (Earth Day Comic) Here is another FREE comic I created to help use my comics to raise environmental awareness. With the growing population on the planet, more and more meat and dairy is needed to keep up with the demand. This comic
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Earth Day Comic- Do Something We all have the power to help the planet. Even simple, everyday practices can do a lot to help the environment. Reduce, reuse, recycle, use less water, walk more, carpool, use reusable water bottles- these are all
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Here is another FREE comic created to help raise awareness about the issues facing our environment. Despite the fact that most of us are well aware it is wrong, it is surprising to see people are still littering. Just look around as you stroll
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Save the Sharks (Shark Week) Key Concepts: sharks, conservation, bycatch, consumption, species, endangered Here is a comic I recently made for the Oceanic Preserve Society for Shark Week! Readers will learn about this misunderstood creature and the
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Did you know humpback whales have been spotted rescuing other species from danger? Did you know the blue whale is the biggest animal to ever live on this planet? This FREE comic provides a colorful illustration of these amazing creatures. The more
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Orangutans need our help! Here is a FREE download in efforts to bring awareness to my followers! Please download and share!
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Orangutans need our help! This amazing species is only found on two islands on this planet, and on those islands, the rain forest is being cleared to make room for palm oil. This comic illustrates the issue and provides tips as to how we can help
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Here is a freebie created to start raising awareness about the plastic bag issue our planet is facing. Do you really need that plastic bag? The message is to try to reduce your plastic bag usage. If you are only buying one item, or if it is already
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

After nine years teaching seventh and eighth grade math and science at a school for at-risk youth, I have moved on to teach STEM. I have developed my own curriculum and studied a variety of teaching styles. I have a masters degree that focuses on teaching science using inquiry, and I have had a lot of experience with center-based learning.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am like Bill Nye the Science Guy. I am high energy and incorporate a great deal of creativity and exploration into my science classes. I use inquiry-based teaching techniques.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I recently began drawing an educational comic series called The Cool School Rap to help address the lack of literacy in my classroom. My students have an aversion to reading and steer clear of textbooks and paragraphs. The Cool School Rap guides students' learning with the use of word bubbles, illustrations, diagrams, and examples. These comics align with the Common Core standards for middle school and also incorporate inquiry activities.

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I know I was born to educate through my art, and it is my goal to reach as many learners as possible. If you have any suggestions for my product or content, feel free to contact me!

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