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This worksheet is designed for high school Biology students who are learning DNA replication and transcription. Students begin by replicating a DNA strand and transcribing the DNA strand into RNA. Then, they practice base pairing rules and learn
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This mutation-themed card-sort consists of 27 cards that students arrange into five different mutation categories. The mutation categories are frameshift-addition, frameshift-deletion, missense mutation, nonsense mutation and silent mutation.
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In this modeling activity, students explore the process of DNA replication by building the strands and adding the proper bases one nucleotide at a time. Students then highlight the bases and label particular parts of the DNA strands. Also included
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In this inquiry lab, students test a variety of simulated household substances, analyze the data to determine the substances' pH values and then categorize them as an acid, a base or neutral. Students use three types of pH tests (blue litmus paper,
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Using this EDITABLE set of worksheets, students color the phenotypes of organisms based upon their genotypes. The 16 different problems help students learn to recognize phenotypic patterns in common organisms. For example: calico cats, colorful
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This foldable is designed for high school Biology students who are learning about cellular respiration. Students identify the purpose of the process, its chemical equation, the organelle in which it occurs, and which organisms complete the process.
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This foldable is designed for high school Biology students who are learning about the cell cycle, mitosis and meiosis. It summarizes the steps, includes visuals of what occurs inside the cell, and compares/contrasts the processes of mitosis and
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This interactive notebook foldable BUNDLE is designed for students who are learning about photosynthesis and cell respiration. For each foldable, students identify the purpose of the process, its chemical equation, the organelle in which it occurs,
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This worksheet is designed for biology students studying the different types of cellular transport and how a cell maintains homeostasis. This can be used as a lesson, review, study guide or worksheet. Students will draw diagrams with high and low
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A DNA diagramming fact sheet that includes drawing and labeling the DNA structure. This fact sheet contains the following information about DNA: DNA's full name, base pairing rules, a nucleotide drawing, highlighting hydrogen bonds, highlighting
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This lab teaches Chemistry students about the characteristic flame colors produced by seven metallic ions. Students observe and record the flame colors, determine the group name and group number, and then calculate the protons, electrons and
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This activity is a creative way of helping students to better understand the process of protein synthesis (translation). Students first locate the "start" codon in a mRNA sequence and highlight it in yellow. They then rotate the color of
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In this two-day inquiry lab, students investigate the properties of water through three different activities. Students will answer the following questions: ❶ How do bugs walk on water? ❷ Why can you overfill a cup? ❸ How does water travel up
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Electron Configuration and Orbital Diagram Worksheets - On these two practice worksheets, students write full electron configurations and noble gas configurations, complete orbital diagrams, and mark valence electrons. ●Worksheet #1 (2 pages) -
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Celebrate Earth Day! In this online Ecological Footprint activity, students use the Global Footprint Network's website to create personalized Footprints and explore ecological data from across the world. First, students complete a questionnaire
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This foldable is designed for high school Biology students who are learning about photosynthesis. Students identify the purpose of the process, its chemical equation, the organelle in which it occurs, and which organisms complete the process.
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This guided inquiry lab is designed for high school Biology students who have no prior experience with molecular modeling. Students will use molecular model kits (not included) to create 3-D models that illustrate the ways carbon combines with
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This interactive Chemistry of Life 41-card sort reviews seven different categories: carbon, lipids, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, proteins, water and enzymes. The cards include key terminology associated with the categories, diagrams and molecules.
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For this inquiry lab, students examine an egg under hypotonic and hypertonic conditions and then explain how these conditions affect both the size/mass of the egg and the movement of water. The lab is designed to take place over four days, with an
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In this guided inquiry lab, students use molecular model kits (not included) to create 3-D models that illustrate the ways carbon combines with other atoms to form more complex molecules. The lab guides students in creating 15 molecules using a
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have 15 years of experience teaching Biology and Chemistry at the secondary level, with students from a variety of educational backgrounds. Having taught courses ranging from general education to Advanced Placement to co-op settings with special education students, I recognize the value of differentiated instruction and an adaptable curriculum. Currently, I teach 10th and 11th grade students who are preparing for the Keystone Biology exam, and according to Pennsylvania's statewide measures, my students have exceeded the standards for academic growth.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in melding the arts with science to reach students of all learning styles. In my classroom, we craft foldables that illustrate the process of photosynthesis, sketch out cell structures, and work cooperatively to build molecular models. I run a lab nearly every week to offer students first-hand experience with new concepts. The integration of technology is also important to my teaching style and success. I've designed my own websites, games, and learning resources to suit my own classroom. Now, I'm excited to share my new creations and my most effective materials with yours!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended Penn State University, where I earned a Bachelor's in Secondary Education with dual certification in Biology and Chemistry. Later, I pursued a Master's in Science in Multimedia Technology, which continues to inform my interest in bringing creativity, technology, and science together in the classroom.

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