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Interactive science lessons
designed for student-centered learning
will help you achieve these goals in your classroom!

Interactive science lessons
designed using the Lab In Every Lesson framework foster
student-centered learning by:

  • integrating and activating prior knowledge

  • emphasizing scientific literacy

  • employing computer-simulated visual models

  • providing opportunities for guided, independent and cooperative discovery through exploration

  • analyzing data sets from the collective group

  • formatively assessing through skill practice

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I developed a lesson planning strategy to easily and successfully support Scientific Method Mastery and implement student-centered learning principles in an online chemistry class for a cyber charter school.

Here's how I can help you do the same:

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ENROLL IN THE FREE MINI-COURSE

"How To Teach The Scientific Method Everyday" models a thorough reflection of your current classroom reality while prompting specific goal setting and providing suggestions for implementing a lesson planning strategy to increase rigor in your classroom and nuruture growth mindset in your students.

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GET ON THE MASTERMIND MEMBERSHIP WAITLIST

"Learning From Every Lesson" is a science teaching and learning membership focused on studying strategy, dominating differentiation, leveling up literacy, and using technology tools that augment our efforts in the classroom.

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SHOP FOR LESSONS & RESOURCES

The Lab In Every Lesson planning strategy was born when I sought to create interactive chemistry lessons to ensure my students didn't just learn science as a collection of facts but also as a process.  If you teach physical science or chemistry, you've got a great collection of ready-to-teach lessons and resources from which to choose.

And check out Season 1 of the podcast
for more suggestions and insight!

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