Teaching Biology to Kids Who Don’t Want to Learn Biology

Death of the Dawn
July 1, 2022
July 5, 2022

“Teaching Biology to Kids Who Don’t Want to Learn Biology: A Short Reflection” by Grace Romanelli

In this piece, a secondary science teacher shares a short reflection on what her time in the classroom has taught her. Fellow teachers will find a relatable account, while non-teachers will gain some insight about what it’s like to teach a core subject to students who are utterly disenchanted.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy read that shares an honest and somewhat unfiltered firsthand experience about education in America, this is it! Romanelli focuses on 4 life lessons and shares how they have shown up both in her life and in her teaching career.

As the teacher shortage crisis continues, this piece offers timely and invaluable insight from one teacher’s perspective.

Romanelli considers this to be her foot-in-the-door as her debut published piece and looks forward to her next piece being a bit lengthier and focusing specifically on her teaching experience in North Philadelphia!

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