Giving your students the support they need to succeed in College or AP Biology is really hard
- The concepts are complex, and incredibly detailed.
- The amount of content is huge
- The pace is witheringly fast.
If you’re teaching AP biology, you have get your students ready for a challenging external assessment. In many schools, you’ll be judged by your students’ performance.
If you want to boost your students' learning, then try using our interactive tutorials.
As much as we might try, there’s no way we can individually provide our students with the support they need. We have too many students, and the need is too great. That’s why I wrote these interactive tutorials. They cover almost the entire AP biology curriculum and most of a typical college biology curriculum. By using them, you can provide students with:
Designed by a teacher who can support you in achieving biology success for your own students
Glenn Wolkenfeld (Mr. W.)
I’ve been teaching biology since 1987, and AP Bio since 1999. I’ve helped hundreds of students get a 4 or 5 on the AP exam. I’ve also trained hundreds of high school teachers in effective teaching techniques.
The quizzes, flashcards, and interactive diagrams in the tutorials on SCIENCEMUSICVIDEOS.COM mirror the techniques I use in my classroom to guide my students toward success. I use these interactive tutorials with my own students. Over a hundred teachers are using them with thousands of students around the world.
If it's interactive tutorials, why's it called sciencemusicvideos?
I’ve been teaching since 1987. I’ve been playing guitar since 1973. Staring on my second day as a teacher, I’ve been writing songs about science and singing them with my students. In 2008 I started to share these songs through my sciencemusicvideos youtube channel. A few years later, I teamed up with Bay area music producer Max Cowan. Now we’re at over ten million views, and almost 100,000 subscribers.
Click here to see Max’s website.
I’ve been experimenting with computer assisted instruction for my entire career. In 2013, I teamed up with programmer Dan Kirshner. Together, we developed the qwizcards plugin, which provides the software for interactivity and teacher monitoring on sciencemusicvideos.com and hundreds of other websites.
Click here for Dan’s website.