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Saturday, March 2 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Sink your Teeth into Science! Using Bite Mark Evidence to Teach Lab Skills and Logic

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Come play with teeth and playdough in a tactile activity that engages students in observation, deductive reasoning and communication! My forensic science students say they learned the importance of accurate measurements and being precise with explanations. Students also refined their teamwork and presentation skills. Note: While teeth casts will be used in this high school activity, the lesson structure can be adapted for use with other objects or with other subjects and age groups.

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Anne LaSovage

Science Teacher, Southfield Public Schools
I am a veteran teacher with 20+ years of experience, primarily in a mostly minority district. MSTA Member for much of that time - and received MSTA High School Science Teacher of the Year Award in 2018! Talk to me about: (inter)active lessons, developing discourse in science... Read More →



Saturday March 2, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Plaza Boardroom A

Attendees (20)