AP Biology

AP Bio Domains

All of the headings below are live links. Each link will take you to the indicated page for that domain:

Domain 0: Course Introduction & Science Practices

Domain 1: Evolution

Domain 2: Matter

Domain 3: Energy

Domain 4: Information

Domain 5: Regulation

Domain 6: Communication

Domain 7: Interactions

Class Resources:

AP Biology Video Resources:

Because you know you don’t like to read textbooks.

The AP Biology Videos of Mr. Paul Andersen (you’ll also find these on your PDQ’s).

Hank Green’s Biology Course (you’ll also find these on your PDQ’s).

Hank Green’s Ecology Course (you’ll also find these on your PDQ’s)

Mr. Kuhn is making a lot of interesting videos on science practice skills (e.g. spreadsheet graphing)

Some videos that I was asked to make for the “Get A Five” project.  They are all free, but you will have to enroll in the course to access them.

AP Biology Links

A curated list of AP Biology web resources. Some are directly used in class, many others are listed to help you help yourself.

Other Web Links

A list of other websites that might be useful for AP Biology students, but are not directly related to the course.

15 thoughts on “AP Biology”

  1. Mr. Knuffke, Thank you so much for sharing you AP Biology Resources. This is my second year teaching AP Biology, I wouldn’t have gotten through the first year without your resources!

  2. Thank you Mr. Knuffke! I really appreciate all the “help” you have given me and my students. Thank you for being generous with your ideas and resources.

  3. Thank you so much for your generosity! It’s a big help for me in my first time trying to guide learners through the new curriculum.

  4. I am so appreciative of your willingness to provide comprehensive course resources. As a first year AP teacher your year long guides are keeping me on track, although my students are still figuring how to deal with the amount of material and the speed of the course.

    I read somewhere in the information that the students can purchase a review book. Which book or guide is this? Is it somewhere on the google collection?

    Thank You Again

Care to Comment?

It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this.