WHAT AN AWESOME YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I’m so proud of all your hard work this year! I had a great time working with all of you. As most of you already know, this is my last year of teaching biology (at least for the foreseeable future) and I’m so happy I spent my last year with your class.
What does this mean for Extreme Biology? IT WILL CONTINUE! I plan to regularly post updates about the Extreme Biology Nature Scitable bloggers. Also, I would love to post GUEST BLOGS from PAST students. So, please keep in touch.
Good luck in your future endeavors! Let me know if you ever want help locating an internship or need any career advice. If I can’t help you I’ll find someone who can. You can always reach me at extremebiology @ gmail DOT com.
Sam’s Green Science
Naseem’s Our Science
Leyla & Sabrina’s MedSci Discoveries
Third-hand Smoke: A Bigger Danger Than Perceived? by Leyla
Where’d Pluto Go? by Naseem
Health or ego? Concussions in Sports by Sabrina
Toxic Rain: The Effect of Acid Rain on the Environment by Sam]]>
This week’s podcast is brought to you by Jess and Molly. They discuss our Valentine’s Day celebration, Darwin Day celebration, and the beginning part of our cladogram lab.]]>
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Charles Darwin was born on February 12, 1809. Each year on his birthday, people all over the world celebrate! Because his birthday falls on a Saturday (and we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day on Monday), we will celebrate Darwin Day on Wednesday, February 16th. Here’s a trailer for our upcoming celebration! Happy Birthday Charlie!]]>
This week’s podcast is brought to you by Alice and Emily. They discuss our HeLa lab.]]>
I’m not able to update the date on this video to 2011. So, ignore the 2/11/10 date. We will celebrate on Valentine’s Day 2/14/11!
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I mentioned recently that four Extreme Biology 9th grade students have been chosen to blog for the Nature Education site, Scitable. Their blogs are now live! Just follow the links below…
Green Science by Samantha
MedSci Discoveries by Leyla & Sabrina
Our Science by Naseem
I’ve also created permanent links to their blogs on the blogroll category located on the right column of this website. In order to comment to the students’ posts you’ll need to create a free SciTable account. Congratulations Samantha, Leyla, Sabrina, and Naseem!
These four students are the first high school students in the world to be given this opportunity. They will have their own blogs and write on the Nature SciTable website!!!
Leyla and Sabrina will write about new advances in medicine on their blog, “MedSci Discoveries”.
Samantha will write about environmental and ecological news on her own blog, “Green Science”.
Naseem will write about how science relates to everyday life on her own blog, “Our Science”
CONGRATULATIONS to these four amazing students for this achievement! I will post more information about each of their blogs once they go live sometime in the next few months.