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Digital Portfolios: Getting Started

Thanks to middle school teacher Jennifer Leung for creating this awesome step-by-step presentation for students on their digital portfolio. There is an embedded Google Presentation and a YouTube video! Mrs. Leung is working on designing flipped class lessons as well as learning how to create screencasts and created these as an example of her learning … Continue reading Digital Portfolios: Getting Started

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Four Corners Activity

Before the activity I didn’t really think about anyone having access to your genes except for yourself and your doctor, however after the discussion I realized there were many troubling things about sharing your genes. For starters if you have the ability to develop some type of disease you could face discrimination, whether it be … Continue reading Four Corners Activity

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Autosomal Dominant Traits

The four characteristics of autosomal dominant traits are: Affected people have an affected parent, affected people have a 50% chance of passing the trait onto offspring, males and females are equally likely to be affected, and dominant traits are usually seen in multiple successful generations. These four characteristics make perfect sense, and can be easily … Continue reading Autosomal Dominant Traits