This little graphic helps to understand what mitosis is used for in the human body.

This little graphic helps to understand what mitosis is used for in the human body.

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As teachers, we are always looking for tips to improve our practice in our classrooms. For high school science teachers, it can be hard to take the time to pause and be reflective on what we are doing and what we could improve.  So here are 5 ideas for secondary biology teachers to use when teaching cells (organelles, transport, mitosis, and cancer) in their classrooms.

As teachers, we are always looking for tips to improve our practice in our classrooms. For high school science teachers, it can be hard to take the time to pause and be reflective on what we are doing and what we could improve. So here are 5 ideas for secondary biology teachers to use when teaching cells (organelles, transport, mitosis, and cancer) in their classrooms.

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Problem-based Learning in Biology with 20 Case Examples

Problem-based Learning in Biology with 20 Case Examples

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Shrinky Dinks Cell Models.  Such a fun way to teach students the various structures of cells.

Shrinky Dinks Cell Models. Such a fun way to teach students the various structures of cells.

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Seek & Find Science is perfect for introducing or reinforcing unit material. I love them for notebook title pages!

Seek & Find Science is perfect for introducing or reinforcing unit material. I love them for notebook title pages!

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Here’s a collection of ideas and resources for teaching everything from genetic mutation to cloning mice, just in time for Jeans for Genes Day

Here’s a collection of ideas and resources for teaching everything from genetic mutation to cloning mice, just in time for Jeans for Genes Day

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This is a Cell Transport Flow Chart. Materials that move through the cell can use active or passive transport. Passive Transport doesn't use energy such as in osmosis and simple diffusion. Materials go from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration. Active transport uses energy and goes from low concentrations to high against the gradient. -Enjoy! Science from Murf LLC

This is a Cell Transport Flow Chart. Materials that move through the cell can use active or passive transport. Passive Transport doesn't use energy such as in osmosis and simple diffusion. Materials go from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration. Active transport uses energy and goes from low concentrations to high against the gradient. -Enjoy! Science from Murf LLC

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Tips and Tools for Teaching Photosynthesis and Respiration in High School Biology - Science and Math with Mrs. Lau  www.electricturtles.com/collections

Tips and Tools for Teaching Photosynthesis and Respiration in High School Biology - Science and Math with Mrs. Lau www.electricturtles.com/collections

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