Designed to meet the needs of students taking a first-year college-level biology course.
This course was designed in 2019 to align with the College Board’s Course and Exam Description. It’s all the content an AP Bio student needs to succeed in an AP Bio course, and on the AP Bio Exam.
This is the recommended curriculum for teachers teaching AP Bio. It’s an improved version of AP Bio 1.0. Version 2.0 is more tightly linked to the College Board’s AP Standards, and more interactive. It includes some new content, such as tutorials on oncogenes and tumor suppressors. There are also comprehensive reviews at the end of every unit.
This curriculum, as of early September 2022, was about 60% complete. We’ll complete the entire curriculum by early 2023 (in plenty of time before the 2023 AP Bio exam).
This course is still under development. An NGSS-aligned High School level biology course. Use the link above to learn more.
Note. Some of you might be using some of my earliest high school-level tutorials. While I’m creating my new high school curriculum, you can still access that menu at this link.
One day, this will develop into a full-fledged introductory level human anatomy and physiology course. In the meanwhile, use the link above to find tutorials about the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, immune, and nervous systems; along with tutorials about homeostasis that cover thermoregulation and blood sugar regulation.