If you teach Forensics, you know how much fun a mock crime scene can be. This Dill Pickle Autopsy activity is a student-favorite and can be used in so many different ways. Today, on the blog, I will show you how to prep for this fun and engaging activity. I
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One of my favorite topics to teach in Forensics is toxicology. This topic always fosters deep conversations with my students and they are always engaged in the activities that comprise this unit. Today on the blog, I am sharing 7 activities to add to your Forensic Toxicology unit. If you
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You can’t teach Forensics without having a good ‘ole mock crime scene scattered throughout the curriculum every so often. My Forensics students will agree that mock crime scenes are, without a doubt, the number one reason that they sign up for my class. We have SO MUCH FUN with our
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