Teachers' Domain Professional Development; High School Life Science (Merck Course)
Course: High School Life Science Teachers: Janira Arocho & Kara Dunn & Wen Sailer Teacher: Janira Arocho Lesson Focus: Understanding Meiosis (The Marshmallow Reebop Lab) Segments: Benefits of Using a Model (mck04_vid_genbenefits) 4:37 Limitations of the Model (mck04_vid_genlimits) 2:24 Questioning Strategies (mck04_vid_genquestions) 4:49 Science Vocabulary (mck04_vid_genvocab) 0:47 Teacher: Kara Dunn Lesson Focus: The structural basis for muscle movement Segments: Assessing Student Understanding (mck04_vid_muscleassess) 5:50 Creating an Environment for Learning (mck04_vid_musclecreate) 3:04 Teacher: Wen Sailer Lesson Focus: DNA Fingerprinting Segments: Different Ways of Learning (mck04_vid_dnalearn) 6:31 The above segment contains existing material from the Teachers’ Domain Life Science Resource (interactive): Create a DNA Fingerprint Assessing Student Understanding (mck04_vid_dnaassess) 3:54
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- Teachers' Domain Professional Development
- High School Life Science (Merck Course)
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Teaching Elementary Life Science is a graduate-level professional development course designed to enhance your understanding and teaching of life science. In eight sessions, you will investigate life science topics using hands-on activities and online resources including video segments, interactive activities, readings, and other multimedia materials. These resources are drawn from Teachers' Domain, WGBH's digital library service. Series release date: 2004
- Program Description
This is a graduate-level professional development course. It is designed to enhance your understanding of inquiry-based approaches to teaching standards-based biological science at the high school level. In eight sessions, you will investigate biology topics, such as genetics, evolution and cell biology. Suggested teaching methodologies use a wide range of online resources, including video segments, interactive activities and readings. The course provides an opportunity to explore novel learning environments and pedagogy applications that foster student interest, involve students in the research process, advance critical thinking/problem-solving skills, and develop conceptual understanding of biological topics.
Also used in Teachers' Domain in Action Promo: All of these are assets that have “Wen Sailer” as the teacher name in the description field. Order numbers: 552672-552678
All of these are assets that have “Jo Hannah Katz” as the teacher name in the description field. Order numbers: 552679-552687
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- Chicago: “Teachers' Domain Professional Development; High School Life Science (Merck Course),” 07/07/2004, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed December 8, 2016, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_E37D62A31E0B4DF8B3FC09110B57EED9.
- MLA: “Teachers' Domain Professional Development; High School Life Science (Merck Course).” 07/07/2004. WGBH Media Library & Archives. Web. December 8, 2016. <http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_E37D62A31E0B4DF8B3FC09110B57EED9>.
- APA: Teachers' Domain Professional Development; High School Life Science (Merck Course). Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_E37D62A31E0B4DF8B3FC09110B57EED9