This page exists to point colleagues who may show up here to some of the more “teacher-specific” resources that I have created. Use any/all as you see fit.
- Resources for use in class are available at the links below, and at the course links on the top of the sidebar to the left of where you are reading this.
- All work is available for use by anyone, as long as the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License under which all materials are made available are upheld in that usage (basically, give me/original authors credit, don’t make any money on your usage, and make sure any derivative works are made available under a similar license).
- The best thing to do with any resources hosted in Google Drive is to use Drive to make copies for your own use. This is as easy as selecting “Make a copy…” in drive. Entire folders can be copied in this manner. I have stopped responding to individual requests for google-hosted resource sharing, as such requests are completely unnecessary (sorry if that sounds grumpy, but I get more permissions requests than you can probably imagine).
- If you are thinking about contacting me with a question, do yourself a favor, and check the FAQ page prior to sending off an email. I won’t respond to emails that deal with questions that are answered on the FAQ page.
There is a bit of a cost involved in running this site, and making all of the stuff around here available for teachers to use. So noted, if you want to put a few bucks into my pocket to reflect the utility you find in this site and the resources you’ve found here, there are a few options:
- Want to show your gratitude for this site in a one-time capacity? Here’s a link to send me some money via Pay-Pal.
- If you want to support my previous and continuing endeavors on a more regular basis, Consider supporting me on Patreon. You’ll get featured on the “Wall of Awesome“, and you’ll be contributing to the long-term well-being of this site.
- There’s a small “Support This Channel” button on my YouTube Channel, which will give me any money you contribute there directly.
The above link will take you to my AP Biology Google Doc Collection. This folder contains all AP Biology materials that I have created in Google Docs. Many of these documents are available in the course materials that you can access from the sidebar, but that’s student-facing, and I figure teachers would like access to things organized from a more meta-perspective. You only have viewer access, so you can see documents and make copies for your own purposes, but you can’t edit my copies of them (please do not ask me for any level of permission outside of the one that is already provided, as I will ignore the email). If you’re being told you need permission, the problem is most likely your outdated browser. Here are some links to the major sections of the collection:
All of my AP Biology Prezi’s are accessible on my public Prezi page (linked above).
I was asked to make these videos about AP Biology for the “Get A Five” project. They are all free, but students will have to enroll in the course to access them.
The above link will take you to my Chemistry Google Doc Folder. This folder contains all Chemistry materials that I have created in Google Docs.Many of these documents are available in the course materials that you can access from the sidebar, but that’s student-facing, and I figure teachers would like access to things organized from a more meta-perspective.You only have viewer access, so you can see documents and make copies for your own purposes, but you can’t edit my copies of them (please do not ask me for any level of permission outside of the one that is already provided, as I will ignore the email). If you’re being told you need permission, the problem is most likely your outdated browser. Generally speaking, the Chemistry docs are less organized and less extensive than the AP Biology materials (it is not hard to see what my first love is).
The best place to access my video series for Honors/Regents chemistry is either on my YouTube channel, or on my course unit pages (linked above).