HIV/AIDS – setting the scene

Mystery storytelling set-up for teaching HIV/AIDS plus links and a ppt presentation.

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Reduce the Risk of Teens Dying Young!

Motivate students to use CDC mortality statistics and other credible sources to analyze causes of teen deaths, and come up with effective solutions.

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Sex Ed: Courtship to Conception, Flirting to Fertilization

Day 2 of sex ed at OIS: animal sex, human sex and sex and students, attempting to put sex into context in a straightforward and engaging way.

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Sex Ed Refreshed: Sex Stats, Teen Brains and Courtship

The first lesson, re-engineered with prompts and links to cool resources.

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Check Guesses about Effective Learning Strategies

Find the answers to the questions you guessed at in the last post. This includes all kinds of surprises about successful learning strategies for students and teachers.

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Learning and the Brain – What do YOU think?

Instead of an exhaustive summary of a million learnings from this conference, guess answers to common assumptions about learning, then prepare to be surprised by findings from cognitive scientists in the next blog post.

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Back to the past in future…

Old fashioned notebooks and whiteboards make for a more flexible and friendly classroom, here’s what we are trying in the 7th grade…

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