Lesson Drop Box
How does a brain - less than 3 pounds of wrinkly pink matter - enable a person to sense their environment, think, feel, make decisions, remember things, and control every behavior?
Here's my current plan for the Bio 101 course for undergraduates planning on entering teaching. I encourage any other college professors out there teaching a similar course to give me feedback or use a similar syllabus yourself!
While I was reading The Magic School Bus,they went inside a cloud. Because this is not a field trip, there should be no driving into clouds :). But in Inside a Hurricane, They make a water cycle experiment.
Materials: Oven mitten,Kettle,Ice,Strainer,Water
Watch as the water moves around.
When I was little,I heard about Sir Issac Newton's math.
Now this math is harder but simple.
>=1 less <=1 more
This is a test bed for posting to Irene's website. I'll be posting at least one full lesson as the semester progresses. My hope is to develop a series of ooey-gooey usshy-gusshies to provide visceral experiences as foundations for particle awareness.
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The guiding mission behind MyScienceBox is that teachers should have free access to the best hands-on, classroom tested, science lessons. Every time science teachers introduce new content into their repertoire, they should not be required to reinvent the wheel by designing new activities, scaffolding lessons, and creating new assessment materials that hundreds of teachers elsewhere have done. So add your ideas to the site and open your own teaching boxes to teachers everywhere! It's easy!