Dentistry Teacher Resources
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In this dentistry learning exercise, students use their workbook to answer short answer questions about dentistry and decay prevention. Students complete 7 questions total to get their merit badge.
Young scholars explore about dentistry's ancient roots and modern history. They read a brief history and answer questions on a comprehension work sheet. Also, students explore dentistry by reading the Historical Overview on the History...
Think you might want to work in the field of dentistry but are not sure? A great entry program is to become a dental assistant. A short video details the many career pathways in this field and the training required for each option.
Students investigate dentistry that existed during Shakespeare's lifetime. They answer questions and write a paragraph about a trip to the dentist taking the role of a patient of an Elizabethan dentist.
Students discover the importance of dental care. In this dental hygiene lesson, students discover the full functions of their teeth and what can cause their teeth damage. Students complete a worksheet at home which prepares them for...
Students explore the concept of line of best fit. For this line of best fit lesson, students find lines of best fit in examples about riding your bike home from school and dentistry. Students find two data points and find the line of...
For this everyday editing worksheet, learners correct grammatical mistakes in a short paragraph about the first woman dentist. The errors range from capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and spelling.
We have cameras to record what we see, but how can we record what we touch? Katherine Kuchenbecker, a mechanical engineering professor at the University of Pennsylvania, is working to answer exactly that question. Using sensitive...
Students create a list of dental problems and tactics that can be used to correct them. They then study about how the field of orthodontics is changing, and work in cooperative groups to research and build models of how various types of...
Students explore their self-awareness. They discuss the words unique, extraordinary and irreplaceable and their strengths and weaknesses. They write five things their bodies or Million Dollar Machines can do and investigate their blood...
Sixth graders identify and replicate two dimensional illustrations of three dimensional objects. In this spatial visualization lesson, 6th graders practice viewing objects from various sides. Student participate in stations to view...
Learners examine the social history of buildings and think creatively about the origins of buildings for which they do not know the history. They discuss the influence of social issues on architecture.