Science & Nature
Mitosis vs Meiosis: What's the Difference?
In this one-time flex course, students will understand the inner workings of mitosis and meiosis as well as the differences between them.
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In this one-time course, students will learn all about mitosis, meiosis, and the differences between them. It is a difficult topic that many students struggle with in biology. It is also one that will be covered in state exams, so whether you are currently learning about it or are just reviewing, this is a good course to take. We will be covering the different stages of the cell cycle (Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, Cytokinesis) and how they fit into meiosis and...
Students will understand the basic processes in mitosis and meiosis and be able to tell them apart.
I began my college education as a molecular and microbiology major and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Science Education focusing on Biology in 2015. I taught for several years at Florida Virtual School as a biology teacher serving students from all over the world so I am quite familiar with the online teaching environment. I also taught in private and public schools in Florida.
A one-page handout will be provided before class begins. It is recommended that students bring a pencil and paper to make notes on anything that may help them remember the topics.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be viewing a YouTube video of a song about mitosis.
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Welcome to my class! I'm so excited to be guiding you through some of my favorite things to do! I am a bit of a polymath which means that I have learned to do a great variety of things from many different fields. Because of this, you will notice...