And how to teach about it

I'm a 27-year-old, second year science teacher. I love my students more than any of them will probably ever know because I suck at emotions and letting people in. The thoughts, feelings, and opinions expressed on this blog are mine and in no way represent my employer.

 

Fellow science teachers out there, I was thinking this morning about what to do as an introduction to the discoveries leading to our current knowledge of DNA. What do you think of making, essentially, baseball cards detailing the achievements of the scientists?

  1. 1ncline reblogged this from wwbioteach and added:
    well bioteach, I think it is a great way of introducing it but also agree with the idea of describing an experiment....
  2. iamlittlei said: I like it, but what about describing an experiment on one card and its results on a different card, then have the kids find matches?
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