A list of Websites and YouTube videos for all classes can be found on Google drive and by using the URL link provided. Look for “Websites and YouTube videos for Science.”
Quizlet is a website that is used world-wide as a vocabulary and test review site. Students can create their own vocabulary or test review flashcards, and can choose several ways to study that are set up in a gaming scenario. Biology students will use this website to complete their vocabulary assignments for each Unit.
Bozeman Science is a YouTube website created by Paul Anderson, a Science teacher at Bozeman High School, Bozeman, Montana. On his site, Mr. Anderson has short instructional videos for all fields of Science. Once on the site, search the field of Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, etc) or the content area you are interested in – such as Cell Structure, Photosynthesis, etc. Videos are in the Podcast-format, and are 15 minutes or less in length. I highly recommend this site!
AP Bozeman Science is strictly for AP Biology students. Paul Anderson has YouTube instructional videos that will help clarify specific concepts. Videos are 15 minutes or less in length and in the Podcast-format.
AP Central is the main national site for AP students. This site contains information about the AP tests, AP curriculum, Practice Exams, and other essential information for AP students and parents.
LabBench is a Pearson website that allows students to practice lab instruction in a digital format. The site also has quizzes to go with the lab instruction.