Moritz Pfltschinger

Moritz Pfltschinger

Moritz Pfltschinger
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Great idea game for review. I think this is a great game that could be used over and over without much prep work.

Great idea game for review. I think this is a great game that could be used over and over without much prep work.

Pinner says. " My kids love this game. I have gotten emails from former students asking if I still play this. One of my kiddos walked in first period today and said, Oh, were playing Grudgeball today? You just made my day Mrs. Wilkins. I have two oral presentations and this game is just going to let me have fun. So, how do you play it? 1. Each team gets 10 Xs. (I had a class, y

Pinner says. " My kids love this game. I have gotten emails from former students asking if I still play this. One of my kiddos walked in first period today and said, Oh, were playing Grudgeball today? You just made my day Mrs. Wilkins. I have two oral presentations and this game is just going to let me have fun. So, how do you play it? 1. Each team gets 10 Xs. (I had a class, y

So this is what I'm doing instead of my titration homework: Chemistry & Colours of pH Indicators

So this is what I'm doing instead of my titration homework: Chemistry & Colours of pH Indicators

Innerhalb der Zelle der Bakterien Anatomie Poster

Innerhalb der Zelle der Bakterien Anatomie Poster

www.hopeforahealthyfuture.com. #PlexusForLife#LiveHealthyLoveLifeBePlexus#PlexusFreedom

www.hopeforahealthyfuture.com. #PlexusForLife#LiveHealthyLoveLifeBePlexus#PlexusFreedom

The History of Genetics Infographic

The History of Genetics Infographic

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¿Eres profe de química?... pues nuestros alumnos deberían tener claro esto... Graphic organizer for mole conversion problems. organizer

This would look great in a science classroom!

This would look great in a science classroom!

DNA Replication

DNA Replication

Fantastic 1970s cartogram-like visualization of the elements of the periodic table based on their relative abundance. (↬ Radiolab)

Fantastic 1970s cartogram-like visualization of the elements of the periodic table based on their relative abundance. (↬ Radiolab)