Michele Bloomquist

Master's of Arts in Teaching of Science Bachelor of Science in Biology with a second major in Literature and a Minor in Chemistry 19 Graduate hours additional in Microbiology; interests in music, art, and poetry; two years teaching experience at high school level and five eyars of lab management experience at a university.

Location

GA

Affiliation

Stone Mountain High School

Recent Posts by Michele

Sun Apr 14, 2013 12:08 AM in Mutations
TraciAnn, I really liked your idea of what to use for a fitness experiment to explain adaptive radiation in a lab. I bought expensive materials and these seem to do the same trick. We will be trying this. Only I think plastic forks and spoons are safe.

Tue Apr 09, 2013 12:15 AM in open or full inquiry
Open inquiry really works given that administrators who walk in know whats up and that students can think independently as this requires some previous exposure. Otherwise, good luck covering the standards in time for an EOCT.

Mon Apr 08, 2013 11:39 PM in GMO Foods or Genetically Modified Foods - Harmful or Helful?
Surely our students will enjoy debating this problem and can infuse our understanding with some keener insights. In high school students are more actively contemplating these issues than we might think. As for my opinion, as a former research assistant there seemed to be others working in science with many cavalier approaches in labs-thus compelling me to feel morally obligated to reveal how I re...





Recent Public Collections by Michele




Interdependence of Life: Agents of Change in Ecosystems
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Differentiation

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Cell Division and Differentiation: Multicellular Organization
Type: Science Object
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