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Distance learning - timeline activities 19 February 2021
How can we be sure that students have understood the main learning objectives of a lesson during distance learning? Setting some work to do, collecting it and then marking each piece of writing is great... more
Biological clickbait 7 February 2021
Every once in a while my attention is caught by a video at the side of a page and just sometimes it's such an interesting idea I want to share it with my IB students. Time is precious in IB Biology so... more
Colaborative slides for distance learning 24 January 2021
In distance learning if teachers can design activities where students create knowledge rich objects in exercises which can be quickly and simply supervised, lessons are more productive, students are more... more
Crafting and baking in IB Biology 1 October 2020
Teachers working to keep students engaged while delivering lesson using computers at a distance are frequently encouraged to think about screen free activities. There are many possible options in IB... more
Using Flipgrid with ThinkIB Biology activities 1 August 2020
Flipgrid, is one of the most effective free tools a teacher can have in their toolbox today. It is a platform for sharing videos that is easy and intuitive to use. It enables students to practice key... more
Using the coronavirus genome in lessons 3 July 2020
One of the amazing things about the outbreak of Coronavirus at the end of 2019 was the speed with which the Chinese authorities sequenced and published the whole genome of the virus.The genome can be... more
May 2020 IA uploads - latest update 30 March 2020
The IB has just decided that they will no longer hold the May 2020 examinations. With considerable consultation across the globe it was decided that this was the most responsible and ethical way forward... more
Teaching about lungs using Coronavirus information 23 February 2020
While it's important not to fuel anxiety about the current Coronavirus outbreak during Biology lessons, it can't be denied that the outbreak of this new virus, called Covid-19, catches student attention.... more
Use provocations - new year resolution 4 January 2020
IB Biology students (HL) need to be able to draw and annotate diagrams of flowers and seeds. A teacher might bring in some flowers and run quite a descriptive lesson. Students label parts, copy diagrams... more