Archive for September, 2009

Extreme Biology on Science Friday!

2009/09/25
By Ms Baker
Extreme Biology on Science Friday!

I was on NPR’s Science Friday this week discussing science education.  My segment was aired live between 2:20-3pm.  You can listen to a podcast of the segment by going to their website. If you’ve discovered this website because of the radio show, please leave a comment for my students.  We’d love to hear from you!
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La Cucaracha Lab

2009/09/23
By Ms Baker
La Cucaracha Lab

I’m so proud of my students who fearlessly completed our lab with the Giant Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches!  Everyone did a great job.  Students, share with everyone what you learned and the specific experiment you designed in the comments section below. Students who were not able to complete the cockroach lab had a great time...
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On the Way to Cure Malaria

2009/09/22
By Student
On the Way to Cure Malaria

This post was originally published on February 24, 2009. by Jennifer Lyrics: People get malaria when they’re bit by a mosquito It’s taking lives like a torpedo Every year one million die worldwide But you can prevent it with insecticide Maybe a breakthrough cure for malaria To starve the parasite was their idea Every...
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09.09.09 Homework: Observations and Inferences

2009/09/09
By Ms Baker

Welcome to the blog 2009-10 9th grade biology students! Your homework assignment is to write a comment to this post with one observation you made about the biology classroom.  Include an inference you made about that observation. To leave a comment, scroll down to where it says Leave a Reply underneath this post.  Fill in the required...
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To Save a Mockingbird – A Blog for Darwin Post

2009/09/08
By Student
To Save a Mockingbird – A Blog for Darwin Post

This post was originally published on February 15, 2009. by Erik Check out the animation I created about my post.  Enjoy! Darwin’s Mockingbirds! by spudinski01, made at DoInk.com  On two small islands somewhere in the midst of the Galapagos Archipelago live some 100-200 mockingbirds. These specific mockingbirds however are some of the rarest bird...
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Advice from AP Biology Survivor & JHU Student Rose Kim

2009/09/01
By Student
Advice from AP Biology Survivor & JHU Student Rose Kim

This post was originally published on January 22, 2009.   by Rose Hi everybody! Wow… It’s been a while since my last blog post – I can’t believe it’s already been almost two years since I took AP Bio! It feels quite surreal writing this post as a college student. First, to introduce myself:...
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