Welcome to The McIntyre Lab
Welcome to the 2020-21 School Year!
The best way for students to stay in touch and find Announcements, Assignments and Biology and Biotechnology is on their Canvas page.
Due to the mandated school closures related to the Covid-19 pandemic all classroom-based resources can be found in the student Canvas. Please feel free to reach out to me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org as I am checking email regularly. This will be the most effective method for contacting me due to not having access to my office phone when working offsite.
The first line of communication will be through the Student's Canvas page. Once there if they click on their class period they will find links to assignments, notifications, resources and extensiion opportunities.
Stay safe, take care, help one another with positive interactions by distance.
Students can also access Canvas from your device-
On the EPS webpage, click on the button for "Students." You will see the image below.
Click on Canvas.
You will be taken to your Dashboard. My personal Dashboard looks like the following:
From this page, click on the class you need and look for updates from your teachers.
Glad you made it to my page, and I hope you are excited about learning in a different way. We will grow and be challenged together.Welcome to the 2020-2021 School YearIn the McIntyre Lab students will be exploring Biology and the Environment and Biotechnology. Fo the beginning of the year we will be doing labs differently for the first part of the year. We will be using virtual simulations until we return to the classroom later in the year. Yes, I am going to be optimistic about this.I received my B.A. in Biology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro while focusing on Medical Technology. After graduating I taught middle and high school science and then left the field and did medical management for 10 years in Colorado and Southern California. During my exit from teaching, I realized what I enjoyed the most was sharing my love of science with students and giving them an opportunity to "do" science, not just read about it.Cynthia McIntyre