Monthly Archives: January 2014

Microscopy and Cells at Emerson K-12

I had the unique experience to join Jennifer Pence’s classes yesterday at Emerson K-12 in Kirkland.  Her students range from high school to middle school and all are home schooled three out of the five week days.  These elements add … Continue reading

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Video Projects and Transgenic Bacteria at JFK High School

At John F. Kennedy High School in Burien, Linda Simmons is always trying out new lesson plans with her students. Especially if the lessons involve cutting edge technology like iPads! This time around at JFK High School was no different. … Continue reading

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Cell Study time at Auburn Riverside High School

Judy Shaw’s biology classes at Auburn Riverside High School were tasked with creating a poster to present in front of the class.  Each poster would use one type of cell: animal, plant, or bacteria. To help with this, I brought … Continue reading

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Nanotechnology at Newport High School

Melissa Baker is bringing some of what she and her mentor scientist were working on back to her Nanotechnology classes at Newport High School in Bellevue.  With some money from her budget she was able to buy some Exo Lab … Continue reading

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Back Again: Exo Labs Camera at Eastlake High School

For the first time this year, Lara Hollingworth is breaking out her Exo Lab Cameras and starting her students off with some cell microscopy at Eastlake High School.  Lara’s lab was very similar to other classes but with a slight … Continue reading

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Focus Camera at Seattle Arts Academy

Advanced science in an Arts Academy?!  This is exactly what Melinda Mueller at Seattle Arts Academy teaches.  I was fortunate enough to visit her wonderful classes two days in a row.  During those two days, similarly to my trip to … Continue reading

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Cancer and Normal Cells at Gig Harbor High School

I traveled all the way out to Gig Harbor High School in Gig Harbor to study some cells, but this time with a slight twist.  I had a full day working in the morning with Joanne Moore’s class and in … Continue reading

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