Apologia Biology « Mindful Ramblings I have always enjoyed science and nature, so it was pretty much a given that I would major in Biology in college. However, I took a career turn after graduating and never did get to put my degree to use. During the summer of 2010, a few friends asked if I would consider facilitating high school Biology. As I looked over the textbook to prepare for the course, I grew eager to jump back into Biology! In putting together resources for the course, I found these incredibly helpful blogs from individuals with experience: Applie’s Place, DonnaYoung.org, Sahm I Am! Don’t forget, there are also helpful links on the Apologia website. Getting Started… First things first…Thanks to DonnaYoung.org and Applie’s Place for the schedule template and draft co-op schedule. Here is the schedule we used for our first semester: 2010 – 2011 Assignments and Co-Op Schedule - 1st Semester only The second semester, I used MS Outlook so it is in a different format. 2nd Semester Calendar - 2011 The First Co-Op Session…
Solutions | Knovation Your digital transformation presents exciting opportunities. With them, come challenges – including the uncertainty around providing high-quality, rigorous online resources to support your teachers and students. How do you ensure your teachers are using reliable, standards-aligned online resources so students can truly benefit from your district’s digital transformation? Our Solutions Harvard Natural Sciences Lecture Demonstrations This website is an ongoing project to create a comprehensive library of physics demonstrations, simulations, videos, and other useful resources available at the Harvard Science Center. Having evolved from "The Demonstrative Physicist's Companion," a handbook begun in 1990 by W. Rueckner and S. Steel, this website goes far beyond a compilation of all the demonstrations in our current repertoire. Included in the table of contents at the left are twelve topic sections relating to particular areas of physics, chemistry, and math. Each topic section is further divided into sub-sections in which the demonstrations are listed. It is our intention to make this site as useful as possible.
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