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Science   ( Week 1 )
 
#106
AP Biology (Combined teachers)
Jackie Snow
Target grade(s): 10-12
 

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Course Description
 
 

This course is designed to provide a framework for a beginning AP Biology teacher to establish a viable AP Biology course. It will include content, hands-on activities, and laboratory work which will include the 12 AP Biology labs. We will focus on instructional strategies and methods to meet the needs of students along with new topics reflected in the course redesign.

 
Items to Bring
 
 

  • Scientific calculator
  • Electronic copy of a favorite activity
  • Flash drive
  • Lab coat
  • Safety glasses

 
Biographical Sketch for Jackie Snow
 
 

Jackie Snow is the Instructional Facilitator for Science at Belton High School in Belton, TX where she continues to teach AP Biology. Jackie has 17 years of AP Biology teaching experience, previously in a rural 2A school and presently in a suburban 5A school. In November, she received the Texas Biology Teacher of the Year award.

Jackie has been a College Board consultant since 1995 and has been a reader for the AP Biology Exam. She has led numerous summer institutes as well as one and two-day workshops. Jackie and her husband live in Temple, TX where they continue to enjoy their children, and now several grandchildren.

 
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