Category Archives: Digital Teaching Tools

CAPS vs Cambridge

I finally got round to comparing CAPS and Cambridge. This article details a few of my thoughts, having taught both curricula Continue reading

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Google Sites to the Rescue!

Recently, I realised just before a lesson that my printing cap had been reached. I thus found myself in a dilemma: The lesson I had planned required students to have access to extracts from Anne Frank’s diary. I could have … Continue reading

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McGraw-Hill Virtual Labs

I recently posted about doing dissections in Biology class. While dissections are an excellent way of seeing animal anatomy firsthand, there are a number of digital alternatives. One of my favourite sites is the Mcgraw-Hill Virtual Lab: http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/genbio/virtual_labs_2K8/ You can complete a … Continue reading

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