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Boosting Biology Exam Scores with Spiral Reviews

The Trendy Science Teacher

In Biology , where concepts are interconnected and complex, finding effective review strategies is crucial. Enter the concept of spiral reviews – a method that has revolutionized my approach to teaching Biology and significantly boosted my students’ end-of-course assessment scores. What are Spiral Reviews?

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A Minimal Model for Biological Evolution and Other Adaptive Processes

Stephen Wolfram

Stephen Wolfram explores simple models of biological organisms as computational systems. A study of progressive development, multiway graphs of all possible paths and the need for narrowing the framework space.

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Biology Themed Valentines Printables

The Trendy Science Teacher

Want to provide something special for your Biology students this February? I have created 16 FREE biology themed valentines printables that you can print and use as you wish. Click the image below to download these 16 FREE Biology Themed Valentines Printables! I’ve got you covered! Until next time… Happy teaching!

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An educational journey through cell biology

Futurum

An educational journey through cell biology Published: Dr Kristina Ames is the Assistant Director for Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination (CRTEC) at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, USA. The central dogma of molecular biology was formulated by Dr Francis Crick, a British scientist, in 1958.

Biology 98
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The Biology Behind Fear

STEMe

Understanding the biology of fear is crucial for unraveling the intricacies of our survival instinct and how it influences our behavior and overall well-being. Two neurotransmitters that play key roles in the biology of fear are glutamate and GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid).

Biology 52
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Synthetic biology: the power of modified microbes

Futurum

Synthetic biology: the power of modified microbes Published: Microbes are the world’s most brilliant chemists, able to turn simple sugars and other compounds into a vast array of complex chemicals. The general idea of synthetic biology is that we can engineer microbes to do things that naturally occurring microbes don’t do,” he says.

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Video: Empowering High School Biology Students

Teach Science for All

One of the highlights for me this fall quarter of 2023 was getting to spend some time in a particular high school biology classroom in Tacoma. It is a space where students are seen, where they are cared for, where learning is the focus, where control is not the goal, where science connects to the […]

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