These units on China were created during the 2007-08 school year. They are aligned with Washington State assessment requirements (Classroom Based Assessments - CBA's), but will be useful to anyone teaching about current issues facing China and the world.
This course contains resources, including slideshows, reviews, labs, worksheets, activities, quizzes, and diagnostics, for high school chemistry students. Units include Lab Setup and Safety; Nomenclature; Chemical Reactions and Balancing; Metric Systems & Conversions; Periodic Table and Trends; Atom more
This folder contains 20 Biology videos from the Crash Course Biology series.
Topics include carbon, water, molecules, cells, ATP, respiration, photosynthesis, heredity, genetics, DNA, mitosis, meiosis, natural selection, speciation, animal development, evolution, Darwin, Mendel, and taxonom more
This collection of resources explores the use of digital image editing software in the mass media. We explore popular images of beauty and the use of digital imagery in news media.I developed this material for students learning digital image manipulation techniques in a computer science class more
Socratic Seminar is a way to have a structured class discussion about a reading assignment or other topic of interest. The concept is based on Socrates' teaching methods and is an effective way to engage all students and to encourage multiple perspectives in a respectful environment. I use the follo more