### The Student Notebook

Naturally curious, young children learn about their world through observation. Children can…### Introducing Unit Studies

I am going to branch out this webpage to include unit studies…### Punnett Squares: an Introduction

Punnett squares are diagrams that help student assess genotypic and phenotypic probabilities…### Incline Plane Problems: how to rotate your point of view.

A common problem presented to the introductory physics student is the “incline…### Converting [H+] to pH, pOH, and [OH-]

What is pH? pH is the measure of the hydronium ion in…### Relating Velocity vs. Time Graphs to Position vs. Time Graphs: Constant Velocity

Although physics requires numerous calculations and formulas to solve problems, many introductory…### Biomolecules: Protein Structure

An introduction to the four main groups of biomolecules (proteins, nucleic acids,…### Kinematics: Free Falling Problem

This post will focus on utilizing the basic kinematics equations with one-dimensional…### Welcome Back!

Welcome back everyone for a new school year. I hope everyone had…### Plant Life Cycle – Alternation of Generations

Today, I will start posting about plants. Over the next two weeks,…### Drawing Lewis Structures

What is a Lewis dot structure and why are you making me…### ABO Blood Groups: Donating Blood

In our previous posts, we discussed the general characteristics of ABO and Rhesus…