iTunes U

My courses on iTunes U

You can subscribe to any course on your iPad or iPhone for free to access all course materials by clicking the link below.

Global Problem Solvers
This course was co-authored by Mia Morrison and walks teachers through a year long project teaching the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development.  

Life Science
This course is a work in progress covering 7th Grade Life Science. It will be built over the course of this school year.

Cell Survivor
This course is for teachers wishing to implement a game of Cell Survivor to learn about the basic structure and function of cellular organelles.

The Zoo Story
This course is written for students or teachers wishing to implement a community engagement project in their classroom.  Our students partnered with the Dallas Zoo to create a multi-touch book which we will publish to iTunes this spring.  The course shares the workflow for this project.

The Scientist Life 
This introductory course highlights basic science skills to help middle school students prepare for working in the lab.  The course covers safety, lab equipment, recording and analyzing data, and research skills. 

Anatomy and Physiology
This is the course I teach and all instructional materials are included.  This course currently has an audience of over 200,000 subscribers from around the world.  Join us in learning and let us know where you are from!

Health Without Borders
This course was developed and created by my 2013-2014 students for K-5 students to learn how to live a healthy lifestyle. This course has over 54,000 subscribers from all over the world.  Special shout outs to Cambodia, Venezuela, South America, and New Zealand for making contact with us.  Join us and learn from some awesome students!

Health EDU 
This course is in development by my 2014-2015 students for subscribers around the world to improve their overall health.  Take our six weeks challenge today!

Biology TASA
This course was developed to help biology teachers in Texas align TEKS to creative lessons.  I also contributed to all science courses for TASA, including intermediate science, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade, Health Science, and Anatomy and Physiology.

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