Reflecting on the Impacts of Science: IMaGE, Global Goals & Connections in MYP Sciences.
I’ve added a new page to i-Biology.net to post resources and ideas for MYP Science Crit. D: Reflecting on the Impacts of Science. Some slides are below, but to see the full page, click here. [IMaGE = International Mindedness and Global Engagment. To see my dissertation & resources on this, click here.]
Content & Inquiry in a Google World
I don’t know anyone who can successfully teach ‘content-free’. We need to ensure that we teach good content: relevant, current, useful, interesting. We need to teach that content well, using effective methods and ensuring as much as we can that we don’t reinforce misconception. Google is a tool, not a teacher and a teacher who…
First Unit Reflections: Is It Working?
Summary of student feedback on the unit & teaching.
Using personal GoogleSites for learning, assessment & feedback in #IBBio
This is reposted from my i-Biology.net blog. To comment, please go there. ……….o0O0o………. Over the last two years, My IB Bio class have been keeping individual GoogleSites as records and reflections of their learning. Based on this experience and their feedback, I have tweaked the project to try to make it more effective as a…
New records & future musings on i-Biology.net
This week had three new site records in a row for views to i-Biology.net, before and during the IBDP Exams for the northern hemisphere schools. That gives me a sense of pride in what’s been achieved here, but also a feeling of trepidation. I am fortunate to have got most of the content complete before…
Biology4Good is taking off!
After a run of generous donations, i-Biology users have so far donated well over £700.00 to my chosen charities, including the Marine Conservation Society, Mines Advisory Group, Hope HIV, Save the Children, Save the Rhino, Tree Aid and Medecins sans Frontiers! A couple of years ago I started a Gifts4Good charity list for my site,…
A Million Views on i-Biology.net
It’s exciting to see how i-Biology has grown over the past few years, and to get feedback from students and teachers who are using the resources here from all over the world. As always, constructive comments are welcome and if you spot any errors or have suggestions for resources, please let me know. If you want to…