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- One View of David’s Week.
- Paul was at a conference last weekend AND he recorded 14 Physics Videos
- Paul in the Galapagos
- David in the Galapagos.
- Ecotourism in the Galapagos is a very complicated issue.
- Olive is on alert.
- If you won the Wikipedia Game (Andrew D., John E., and John G.), this link is for you.
- The only Wikipedia article David ever edited.
- Amazon’s Mechanical Turk.
- Kathy V. is on the list for the second annual teacher writing project. Maybe you’d like to be, also?
- An example of an end result of David’s iterative lab writing process.
- A recent piece that David wrote, so as to practice the craft.
- Please vote for your favorite three books for our book club.
- Paul uses Screenflow for his screencasting needs (something he knows a little bit about).
- David’s ModMovie playlist for the AP Biology Teacher Community.
- David enjoys various music while he works, but ambient sound is particularly useful, like White Noise, Soundscapes, You Are Listening To…, The Sound of Wikipedia, and Music for Airports.
This Week's Topic: Struggle
- Paul struggled to build a model school at HATCHEdu this week.
- Norms for collaboration are always key.
- Learning is frequently not easy, and often not pleasant.
- David is strongly anti-answer key.
- This American Life - 555: The Incredible Rarity of Changing Your Mind
- Donald Green - When contact changes minds: An experiment on transmission of support for gay equality
- Horg.com- The Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group. Fiat Divisa Panem