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Here is a great AP Biology resource for Cell Communication. It includes seven assignments including directions and worksheets for two online activities, a group 3D modeling project, two charts that directly address learning objectives in the AP
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This AP Biology resource is a 2-part worksheet reviewing learning objective 2.10 which asks students to solve problems quantitatively to investigate movement of molecules across the cell membrane. The first part of the worksheet is a video note
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Here is a great AP Biology resource that includes 21 different activities. These activities address six learning objectives covering aerobic cellular respiration, bioenergetics, and photosynthesis. A variety of assessments are included. Here is a
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Use guided inquiry to analyze 7 human karyotypes and match with descriptions on a chart. This activity is perfect for group and whole class discussion. Students love the mystery of matching the descriptions of conditions to a karyotype. A great
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Biotechnology Reading and Guided Notes uses a balanced literacy approach for covering restriction enzymes, electrophoresis, recombinant DNA and transgenic organisms, and DNA fingerprinting. Student friendly learning targets are presented along with
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This is the best lab for teaching the genetics of blood type. You will need Micro-plates with 20 wells or small portion cups. Students mix food colors to simulate which blood types can be safely mixed . They have fun mixing "blood" and coloring
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Need a supplement for the text? Here's a 7 page reading guide about carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. Enzymes are also covered in an easy to understand format. Learning targets are listed as well as unit vocabulary. Attached is
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This AP Biology resource supports Goal 4 of the curriculum. It allows students to use modeling to illustrate and analyze how molecular interactions affect the structure and functions of molecules in the cell. Students work cooperatively to model
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The structure of nucleotides and base pairing in DNA is discussed in the reading guide. Additionally the structure is related to the function of DNA. Students read and take notes on the guided notes using charts and graphic organizers. Learning
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This virtual lab worksheet and answer key goes with "Tracking Grizzlies with DNA Fingerprinting." Students go to a website lab that simulates electrophoresis. It's a fun way to compare DNA fingerprints and review the technique of using restriction
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Here's an AP Biology resource for functional groups. The worksheet addresses learning objective 4.3 and provides students with a chart. They are able to write formulas, stay structures and name compounds and their properties. It comes with an
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This chart is suitable for any biology course. It explores three common bioethical issues--stem cells, gene therapy and genetically modified organisms (GMO). Students use the internet to obtain a basic definitions of the issue and a list of both
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This bundled unit is a great AP biology resource for DNA replication and protein synthesis. All resources include answer keys. The table of contents includes suggestions for sequencing as well as photographs of student projects. The bundle provides
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Here's a great AP Biology resource for learning objective 2.13. This worksheet allows students to summarize the interactive organelles that carry out a particular function. Instead of a traditional "organelle structure and function" chart,
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This is a student activity sheet to follow the Stem Cell internet activities at Learn Genetics Utah. The website offers diagrams, video, and interaction. This worksheet allows students to differentiate between embryonic and adult stem cells. It
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This is an awesome way for your students to relate meiosis and karyotyping to chromosomal disorders like trisomy and monosomy. Meiosis is covered in terms of crossing over, recombination, nondisjunction and haploid cell production; however,
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Here's an awesome introduction to the genetics of Gregor Mendel including simple dominance, co-dominance, and incomplete dominance. The reading includes a sequential vocabulary list which includes genotype and phenotype. The guided notes allow
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Here is a great cell respiration resource for AP Biology. It's a 2-page handout with cards that sequence glycolysis, pyruvate conversion to Acetyl CoA, Krebs Cycle, Electron Transport Chain, and Chemiosmosis. Students take the events of cell
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Here's a great worksheet which asks students to label a nucleotide, describe the structure of DNA, write the bases of a complimentary strand, identify hydrogen bonds, and list functions of DNA. Answer key included.
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Concise, easy-to-understand reading on cellular energy transformations--ATP, Photosynthesis, and Respiration. The accompanying guided notes allow students to take charge of their own learning and dive into the material with concept maps, charts,
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Public High School (Biology, Honors, AP), Community College (Biology), University Adjunct (Science Methods, Biotechnology), IB Biology. Currently teaching at the American Overseas School of Rome

MY TEACHING STYLE

Highly Differentiated with a combination of balanced literacy, inquiry, "wet" labs, hands-on cut and paste, foldables, sequencing, manipulatives, technology, and media.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I am honored to teach the kids in my community and awarded each day with their smiles and interest in the study of the living world.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS, Biology from UNC-Chapel Hill MS, Biology from Western Carolina University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I love teaching biology at all levels. For the past few years, I have focused on the new AP Biology curriculum and have worked on student centered activities for this course. If the instructional strategies are engaging, the rest falls into place. When I'm not teaching, I enjoy the outdoors. The mysteries of life are everywhere!

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