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- Another Snow Day for David
- Olive’s got a veterinary issue
- Aunt Ruth makes lovely quilts: One for Connor and one for our Wedding
- Paul wants to eat Alaskan king crab with his family
- “An alligator is more like an elk, and a crocodiles is more like a moose” The real difference between the two.
- Yong Zhao has a book
- David Uses Evernote all the time.
- This was a helpful guide for David on how to use Evernote
- The version of [Notational Velocity] used by Paul
- How to sync notational velocity notes with simplenote. *Worldmapper” - visualizations of science research and science growth
- The Moon, ladies and gentleman.
This Week’s Topic: The Science Practices
- The College Board’s AP Science Practices
- David’s Science Practice AP Biology Intro Unit
- The NGSS Practices
- Paul’s mentor at the Center for Biofilm Engineering, Dr. Elinor Pulcini
- The “real” scientific method
- One summer of David’s DOE-ACTS work
- Infogr.am and Piktochart
- Various work products from last year in David’s AP Biology Class
- Alaska Natives - technology and politics - Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
- A good primer on the history of US-Native American Relations
- A Mathematician’s Lament by Paul Lockhart
- David on “Talks with Teachers”
- Mad props to Deer Park UFSD Superintendent Eva Demyen for teaching 3 weeks of leave replacement Calculus!
- The TIMMS Video Study