In many of my high school biology classes, we will raise our own frogs from tadpoles to adults! Not only is this a hands-on learning experience for the kids, frogs are cute and fun too. Learn how to care for your own classroom frogs.
Creating a classroom oral history is a fun way to record the thoughts, ideas and stories of your students. As years pass, it will provide a priceless memento that will not only serve as a teaching tool for future classes, but as a timeless memory of your students.
Environmental education in most curricula is non-existent. How will children understand the world they live in without education in natural history and science?
Bring the adventure of animal adaptation into your classroom with this lesson teaching basic evolutionary concepts. This great activity will not only unlock the mystery of animal evolution, it will unleash the wild and creative side of each of your students.
Going green can save you precious pennies (and more!) out of your tightening classroom budgets. I’ve searched the Web – blogs, reviews, lists, etc – for the easiest, most resourceful, time-efficient ways to go green in your classroom while saving the green in your pocket.
Here’s a small list of ways that educators can encourage seniors to succeed in college! Remember – as an experienced educator you have an incredible influence on the future of your students. Read on to learn how you can help them succeed past senior year.