Zombies, Fairies, and Superheroes: How to Teach Science by Letting Students Choose the Topic
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Zombies, Fairies, and Superheroes in the classroom, oh my! How do you fit the un-dead in your lesson plan? Presenter Cinnamon Holsclaw discussed ways to use interesting and fun topics like zombies in a an educational way in this month’s edTech Innovators webinar. Her innovative teaching method integrates science and literature skills to engage students in collaborative activities such as finding out what genetic mutations it would take for Spiderman to exist or figuring out if zombies could be dead but still move. This webinar is Presented by Cinnamon Holsclaw, science teacher at Red Hills Middle School in Richfield, UT.
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