HBS Blog for September 27, 2018

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Today Students:

Most students worked on their Manikins and learned about some of the major anatomical landmarks of the human body.

Some students are donning their forensic anthropology hats and have started to investigate a set of skeletal remains in our classroom.

Today I:

Updated grades for B2 and provided feedback student as they completed their skeletal scavenger hunt.

Everyone Should Know:

  • Students should be ready to collect data for 1.2.3 by next class.
  • Quizlet 1.2 is due by 2 pm on Friday, October 5th.

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About the Author:

Michael Burke began his career by being named a "Teacher of Promise" by the Maryland State Department of Education in 2009. Since then he has been the Director of Technology, Multimedia, and Graphic Design as well as an HBS and BI teacher at Bel Air High School. Currently, he is the Science Department Chair and the Lead Teacher of the Biomedical Sciences Program at BAHS. Michael prides himself on the myriad of technical and productivity skills that his students develop while in his classes.