KABT …a community of biology educators What’s in it for me? For more than forty years at KABT meetings, the most often heard comment is something like: “I really get fired up when I get a chance to learn and share with other biology teachers
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…a community of biology educators
For more than forty years at KABT meetings, the most often heard comment is something like:
“I really get fired up when I get a chance to learn and share with other biology teachers
...I just wish I could find time to do it more often.”
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Books of Interest is a random listing of books from my library (Brad W.) Currently, the list is mostly popular science books. It does not include many of my field manuals, textbooks or academic titles. I’ll try to add these when I can spend some time at home.
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Here’s a listing of all the post titles to date.
* 16: Field Experiences in Kansas Biology (0)
* 16: Finding Answers to Questions (0)
* 14: Horse Evolution (0)
* 12: Waksman Institute at Rutgers is expanding its online resources (0)
* 12: Web Based Genetics Inquiry Lab (0)
* 11: Flock of Dodos on DVD (0)
* 06: Recent Adaptation Evidence in the Human Genome (0)
* 05: Action BioScience (0)
* 05: COPUS–Coalition on the Public Understanding of Science (0)
* 05: Leaf Color and Inquiry (0)
August 2007 (6)
* 29: KC Science INC “I’m a Scientist” Pod Cast (0)
* 27: Fall Meeting Registration Information (0)
* 26: Cornell Institute for Biology Teachers Resources (0)
* 22: Biology Books (1)
* 19: Fall Conference 2007 Update (0)
* 06: Fall Conference September 22, 2007 (0)
June 2007 (4)
* 15: Book Review - The Edge of Evolution (0)
* 11: Roaring River Picture Album (0)
* 05: Roaring River Field Trip (0)
* 01: AP workshop in Olathe (0)
May 2007 (6)
* 25: Biotechnology Workshop June 8 or 15 (2)
* 14: Check out KABT Resources for new entries (0)
* 14: Global Warming: An Introduction to the Research and the Nature of Science (0)
* 09: Marsupial Genome (0)
* 08: Shift Happens (0)
* 03: Communicating Science (0)
April 2007 (14)
* 27: SPRING FIELD TRIP: ROARING RIVER, June 1-3 (1)
* 26: Where we end up. (1)
* 16: KABT at KATS (0)
* 16: Now is the time… (1)
* 13: More on the Macaque Genome papers (0)
* 12: Coverage of another primate genome (0)
* 10: Evolutionary Adaptation (0)
* 09: Miller-Urey Experiment Redux (0)
* 09: More on Mammal Evolution (0)
* 09: Analogies in Biology teaching (0)
* 08: More on Amateur/Citizen Science (0)
* 03: ScienceBlogs (0)
* 03: NABT/ABT Online Resource (0)
* 01: Kansas Pragmatisim…. (0)
March 2007 (39)
* 31: Science, Engineering and Info Technology Career Day (0)
* 31: KC Science, INC–Inspiring Natural Curiosity (1)
* 30: More on Darwin and his times (0)
* 29: Mammalian Adaptive Radiation at the KT boundary??? (0)
* 29: Darwin’s Delay (0)
* 28: Authentic Science Activity (0)
* 27: More Bioblitz (0)
* 26: Bloggers Bioblitz (0)
* 25: Studying Photosynthesis with the Floating Leaf Disk Assay (0)
* 24: New Feature to the KABT site. (0)
* 22: Earth Day/Environmental Science Activity (1)
* 14: Nature Mapping (2)
* 14: KC Earthfest (0)
* 14: An opportunity for KS biology teachers (0)
* 10: Greetings from Randy,KABT President (0)
February 2007 (11)
* 23: KABT Labs from the old website (0)
* 23: FRUIT FLY OBSERVATION PROJECT (0)
* 23: Exploring Seed Germination (0)
* 23: A Simple Method to Explore Enzyme Activity (0)
* 23: Ant Lions and Biology (0)
* 23: BIOLOGY LAB PRACTICAL - THE SCAVENGER HUNT (0)
* 23: Quiz Card Dissections (0)
* 23: Clearing and Staining Small Vertebrates (0)
* 18: Last September’s KABT meeting at Cowley County Community College (0)
* 16: Welcome to the KABT teaching resource section (0)
* 16: Welcome to KABT’s web site! (0)