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- Paul was in the desert
- Chris W is looking for some resources for new AP Biology teachers. Check out the AP Biology Teacher Community. Also the AP Biology Teacher Facebook Group.
- Chris R. has gotten some LEGO Mindstorms kits
- Aaron M. recommends the BioBuilder program.
- David keeps the attention of his AP seniors with good and unique movies
- Paul would like you to know about the virtues of Dan Meyer’s Three-Act problems
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This Week's Topic: Our Future Classrooms
- Starting with the Nature of Science
- Start with Assessments and Backward Design
- Question Writing. Paul is looking for a Bloom’s Taxonomy guide specific for the science practices.
- David wants to implement more “Making it Stick” lessons.
- Narrative flow and historical context in sequencing course material.
- Paul learned about Mount Improbable biomorphs
- David learned about [Buy a Bear a Beer Day] in Montana(https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6637139/HorizontalTransfer/EP065BaBaB.jpg) in Montana
- David also (regrettably) learned about Donald Trump’s energy policy
- Paul can burn himself a nice Charmander