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Nat Geo Writer Offers a New Approach to Teaching Biology

Only 1% of the things in our body make us human.  Doug Chadwick is a wildlife biologist, author, and frequent National Geographic contributor. During his...

Ep. 66: Should you get rid of your teacher’s desk?

Necessity or Obstacle For some, your teacher's desk is a must. Not only is it functional, but it's also a symbol of your leadership and authority...

Episode 18 – Flipping your classroom

Flipped learning is a pedagogy that's becoming more common in classrooms around the country. Classes are traditional structured where class time is reserved for the...

Episode 114: Ways to energize students at the start of the school year

Lay a foundation with your students on day one On the first day or two of school, it can be tempting to want to lay...
Lynn Brunelle Turn this book into a beehive

Episode 40: Making Science Fun Again

How can you make science cool?Lynn Brunelle is a four-time Emmy Award-winning writer for "Bill Nye the Science Guy," and she describes her time working...

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