After spending a few years sharing some of my lessons and labs with other teachers through my TpT store, Generation Science, I realized that I wanted to do more than sell my work, but to also share my successes and failures as a science teacher. Additionally, I want to fully promote a commitment to the idea that science content matters, explicit instruction matters and deliberate practice matters. Laying a strong foundation in the physical, chemical and biological sciences is my primary professional job and my personal mission.
Taking lab courses that are only VIRTUAL requires some creativity on the part of the student if you really want to prepare yourself for a job. To review agarose gel electrophoresis, I used a FREE VIRTUAL SIMULATION. Praxilabs.com simuation guides you through the steps of separating DNA fragments by size via electrophoresis. You begin with … Continue reading Biotech Virtual Learning – Agarose Gel Electrophoresis
Trying to change careers into biotechnology during a pandemic has its challenges – the biggest that my in-person lab courses are completely virtual! I found that it was really necessary for me to supplement my coursework with my own investigations into the basic laboratory techniques that I would otherwise be performing in-person if the college … Continue reading Learning Biotech in a Pandemic!
Follow My Blog
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.