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Web Mentors Teachers Helpline: How-To Articles: Teach High School Science
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How To: Use New Technology to Reinforce Instruction
NYC Helpline: Incorporate New Media into Your Classroom

Judy Jones has been teaching high school science for more than twenty-five years.  Currently she teaches Biology 1 and Biology 2 (Human Biology) at East Chapel Hill High School.  Each year she works with a student teacher and mentors new teachers. Judy is a National Board Certified Teacher.

"Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom." George Washington Carver

"A mind is a fire to be kindled, not a vessel to be filled."
Plutarch

" If kids come to us [educators/teachers] from strong, healthy functioning families, it makes our job easier. If they do not come to us from strong, healthy, functioning families, it makes our job more important."
Barbara Colorose

"We must be the change we wish to see in the world."
Mahatma Gandhi

Have a question or suggestion about How to Teach High School Science? 
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Congratulations to Judy for winning the the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching 2010!

Judy's Articles on Teaching Science!

NEW Start a Collection

NEW Ending the Course – then and now

Anatomy of a Field Trip

Science Conferences as Professional Development

How Can High School Science Get Students Ready for College

Serendipity, Science, and the Rest of the Story

Teaching for Understanding

Celebrate a “Science Day”

Using Videos in the Science Classroom

Professionalism – For Science Teachers

When Did I Become a Reading Teacher?

A Passion for Science – The Zeal to Teach

Planning Science Lessons Using the Five E’s

Enliven Your Class with Simulations and Analogies

Putting Reading Back in Your Science Classroom

One Cure for “Senior Slack!”

Teaching About Evolution

Review Games: Do They Work?

Engaging Science Students Through Discrepant Events

Keeping Scientific Inquiry Alive

A Gene Journal : Creating a Newspaper about Genetics

Forming a Science Club

Why Not Create A WebQuest This Summer?

Judy's lesson plans:
Who Does Science? An Exploration of Minority Scientists, Physicians and Inventors

Biology Students and the Giant Plant Cell  

Study of a Woodland/Pond Area

Judy's Daily Classroom Specials:

Critter Corner

Time Travel Interviews with Famous Scientists

Judy's Articles on Other Topics:

Meeting Standards Through Alternative Assessments

How I Plan Standards Lessons

A Brief History of National Standards

The AVID Program in Chapel Hill, NC

Technology - Past and Present

Collaboration: High School Style

Memories...

Know and Care About Your Students to Improve Student Achievement 

Being a Positive Force

Relating to Your Students

Making a Practice of Reflection

Preparing a Professional Portfolio

Other Articles on Teaching High School Science

Helping Your Students Cope with Tragic Loss
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Science Concepts Made Easy
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Science to Art
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

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