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- David ran a live AP Biology Review session on YouTube.
- #APBio post-exam student feedback on Twitter is hilarious
- Paul == bae
- Helen S. enjoyed the recent TAL about Ignorance.
- David and Jen N. took the same Tropical Marine Biology course.
- David has found that tables are the key to organizing whole group review gDocs
- Paul Hearts Libraries
This Week's Topic: The Nature of Science
- John Oliver on Scientific Studies
- NGSS - Appendix H
- IB - Nature of Science
- Nature of Science Podcasts
- Paul learned about the NetLogo Modeling Commons
- David calculates that with ~22,000 views an hour, there were an average of 1.2 PAILs (Paul Andersen Instructional Lifetimes) per day being deployed on YouTube during the runup to AP Exams.