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Hello All! Welcome to Mrs. Collins science page! I am a proud graduate of THE Winston Salem State University where I got my Bachelor of Science in Biology. I also have my Masters in Secondary Education and am currently pursuing my doctorate in Adult Learning with an emphasis in Leadership. I enjoy visiting the beach, baking, home decorating and spending time with my fur baby Kimber! I look forward to a great school year.
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Biology Course Description
This is a general science course designed to examine aspects of the living world. An effort will be made to deliver content to the fact that this is an introductory biology course for all higher-level, college preparatory biology courses. Students will be exposed to a wide range of topics from beginning cell biology/biochemistry and genetics, to taxonomy and ecology.
Earth & Environmental Course Description
Earth & Environmental Science is a semester-long course designed to show thematic connections between a variety of science disciplines including biology, chemistry, and physics. It gives students a coherent and realistic picture of the applications of a variety of scientific concepts as they manifest in our environment. During this semester of Earth & Environmental science, students will focus on astronomy, ecosystem, human population growth, Lithospheres, and Hydrology. The aim of this course is to increase student’s knowledge of the environmental challenges of today, while continuing to cultivate scientific critical thinking skills.
1st Block: Biology
2nd Block: Biology
3rd Block: Planning
4th Block: Earth & Environmental
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