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1) Be Curious / Open to New Perspectives
2) Be Kind / Respectful
3) Be Specific / Clear
4) Be On Time / Prepared


  1. JUPITER - Daily Lessons/Assignments/Assessments/Daily Exit Slip 3W
  2. JUMPROPE - Schoolwide Mastery Progress and Official Grades
  3. GOOGLE CLASSROOM - Schoolwide assignments
  4. myAP CLASSROOM - Collegeboard Daily Videos / Progress Checks for AP Bio
  5. Explorelearning - Virtual Labs that are inquiry based and helps you learn
  6. NEWSELA - Science Journals for you to take a quiz in your reading level
  7. EDPUZZLE - Watch Videos and answer questions to check for understanding
  8. GOOGLE CHAT | REMIND - Communicate with classmates/teacher
  9. | AP Bio | APES - Review concepts and check your understanding
  10. KHANACADEMY | AP Bio - Review concepts and check your understanding
  11. QUIZLET | CLASSDOJO |  QUIZIZZ | KAHOOT  - Play and learn
  12. Update Latest Zoom App | Google Meet  - Video Conferencing for Online Meetings
  13. GOOGLE CALENDAR - Stay organized and plan your day. Be ProActive!

All of my communications are securely conducted via Jupiter. Please check to see how you are doing in class and for class discussions and conversations. Your Mastery Assessment are posted in JumpRope, which is our official school grading system! Additionally, I send out occasional reminders or notifications via Remind App or Google Chat App.

Which STEM-themed channels do I love?

  1. It's Okay to be SMART - Facebook | YouTube
  2. Smarter Everyday - Facebook | YouTube
  3. ASAP Science - Facebook | YouTube
  4. Bozeman Science - Facebook | YouTube
  5. VOX Science - YouTube  
  6. SciShow - YouTube
  7. Veritasium - YouTube | Facebook
  8. Numberphile - YouTube
  9. KhanAcademy - YouTube
  10. Minute Earth - YouTube
  11. Crash Course - YouTube
  12. Ted-Ed - YouTube

Which Science News websites do I love?

  1. NY Times Science
  2. Newsela Science 
  3. Google News Science

STEM People Worth Following on Social Media?

  1. Brian Greene @bgreene
  2. Joss Fong @jossfong
  3. Neil DeGrasse Tyson @neiltyson
  4. Paul Anderson @paulanderson
  5. Alice Keeler @alicekeeler
  6. NYT Science @NYTScience
  7. Brian Cox @ProfBrianCox
  8. Ezra Klein @Ezraklein
  9. Atul Gawande @Atul_Gawande
  10. David Pogue @Pogue

EduSciTech is also trying to organize the best resources out there for Science Teachers. Bookmark this page as new useful links get added very frequently. Let EduSciTech you know of other useful resources that should be added to this page. (Growing List)


1) CU Protocol - (Circle, Underline) When answering multiple choice questions on an exam, always look for the OBVIOUS two wrong answers FIRST. Then pick your best choice between the other two choices.

2)ABCD College Degree Protocol - For Self Diagnosis of Mastery!

TeamA has an Associates Degree. 
TeamB has a Bachelors Degree. 
TeamC has a Masters College Degree. 
TeamD has a Doctorate Degree (PhD)

3) Daily Reflections: End of Class 3W

WOW - ONE specific realization or Aha moment you had. What stood out? Be descriptive and Reflective!

WHAT - ONE idea or concept that you want to explore more, or you feel it is still unclear or confusing for you from today's class. Be Specific!

WONDER - ONE QUESTION you had or something that you are curious about or wonder. Ask a deeper probing question. Be Curious!

Lastly, Respond to ONE of your other classmate's posts by answering their questions, once you have posted your own response.

4) GLOW and GROW Feedback

GLOW - Something POSITIVE that you liked. Be specific and encourage positive best practices.

GROW - One specific aspect of the post that they can improve on. Constructive Criticism. 

*Any spelling mistakes could be fixed by putting asterisks before the correct spelling in the next post. Be on the lookout for improved spelling and grammar. Always re-read what you typed for spelling or grammatical errors before clicking POST.