Biology Journals

What story do you have to tell?

Gen Bio Student?

Biology Journal assignment is available at the course website

Discover New Places

Take time on your adventures to record what you observe, feel, and think.  Make meaningful and sharable memories of the extraordinary and everyday.

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  • Teaching Portfolio D

Try Different Journal Formats

Observe, hypothesize, and experiment with variables and watch the results on seedling growth.

Garden Journal

Observe, hypothesize, and experiment with variables and watch the results on seedling growth.
Use a travel journal to plan beforehand, take notes during, and reflect afterwards.

Travel Journal

Use a travel journal to plan beforehand, take notes during, and reflect afterwards.
Write down ideas that pop into your mind.  Revisit them often, and develop some of them into projects.

Idea Journal

Write down ideas that pop into your mind. Revisit them often, and develop some of them into projects.
Organize ephemera that tell a story about an event or daily life.  Can include found objects as well as created pieces.

Scrapbook Journal

Organize ephemera that tell a story about an event or daily life. Can include found objects as well as created pieces.
Record successes and failures, learn from what works and build on your individual learning skills.

Study Journal

Record successes and failures, learn from what works and build on your individual learning skills.
Explore different ecosystems and take detailed notes on environmental conditions and organisms.

Field Journal

Explore different ecosystems and take detailed notes on environmental conditions and organisms.

Time Passes

Journals are a way to capture thoughts, expectations, and perspectives that unfold over time.  In a sense, they are also a time capsule that can be revisited in the future, a souvenir of self.

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Journal Questions?