Dee Ann Anderson
Classroom: B1115
936-276-2001 ext. 85222
dee.anderson@misd.org
Conference: 8th period (1:55-2:40pm)
Tutoring: M-Th 2:45-3:30 pm

 

 

 

 

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Forensic Science: Red

Advanced Biology: Blue

Biology: Green

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Hello Everyone! 

Please note that STEMscopes has changed their URL address. Please use the following URL address.

  https://n11055d40884.acceleratelearning.com

To log in, your username will be a lower-case "s" and your ID#. However, your ID# must be six-digits, so if you do not have a six-digit ID#, then add a zero in front of your ID#. Password is password1.

Assignments are assigned for you to complete and then turn in. If you experience any difficulties logging in or completing assignments, please contact me through email, dee.anderson@misd.org or through Remind 101.

ADVANCED BIOLOGY-In addition to STEMscopes, please log into Google Classroom. There will be additional activities for you to complete. Please contact me through email or Remind 101 if you have any questions.

FORENSIC SCIENCE- You will use Google classroom. Make sure you are signed out of your personal Gmail account and signed into your school Gmail account.

Username: email address (ex: s123456@student.misd.org)

Initial Password: email address with capital s (ex: S123456@student.misd.org

 

If you have used Google classroom with any other teacher at school, then you probably have changed your password. Course Code for 5th period is hsaj3ir and for 6th period is mwtg6kp. I will also send an invitation to your school email to join Google classroom. Please contact me through email or Remind 101 if you need help logging in.

This is new for all of us, so if anything posted does not seem to be working, etc. please let me know so that I might fix the assignment. Thanks everyone and it is great to be back!

REMIND 101:   Enter this number 81010

Adv. Bio: Text @eedkcf9

Bio: Text @72b7ee

Forensics: Text @hd7bf2

 

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Lab Safety Contract

Office 365 sign-in is

sid#@student.misd.org

example: s123456@student.misd.org

password is school computer password

Acknowledgement of Safety Contract


STAAR Resources

TEA STAAR

STAAR Released Test Questions

Biology Resources

Plant PowerPoint

Online Textbook: Stemscopes.com
Login username is (s0 + your student id)  for example: s0123456
Password is (password1)

Biology Corner

 

Forensic Science Resources

The Science Spot

Forensic Science

Online Textbook

Course Description:  Students will expand their knowledge of scientific processes as they apply to the nature of living systems. Extensive discussions and many lab activities relating to biology concepts, terms and theories provide a foundation for understanding the living world.
Credit Type:  Science State Credit

 

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Supply List

Advanced Biology is a course designed to prepare students for Advanced Placement Biology. The class is lab- oriented and designed to provide an introduction to biological topics stressed in the advanced placement course. Students will learn process skills involved in scientific problem solving which will allow them to become self-starters and independent workers in the AP course. Areas stressed will be molecular biology, environmental science, and phylogeny. All laboratory exercises are designed to reinforce concepts and process skills.

 

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Prerequisite - Biology and one other Science credit in IPC, Chemistry, Physics, or Anatomy & Physiology

Course Description:  In this course students are introduced to the application of science to connect a violation of law to a specific criminal, criminal act, or behavior and victim. Students learn terminology and procedures related to criminal investigation, crime scene processing, crime laboratory, and courtroom presentation using evidence such as fingerprints, bodily fluids, hairs, fibers, paint, glass, projectiles or weapons utilizing appropriate scientific analysis and procedures. Students will also learn the history and the legal aspects as they relate to each discipline of forensic science.

 

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