Biology Course

PROGRESSIVE SCIENCE INITIATIVE® (PSI®)

Units (select a unit)

  • Review: Physical Science for Biology
  • Origins of Life
  • Chemistry of Life
  • Membranes & Enzymes
  • Prokaryotes
  • Eukaryotes
  • Energy Processing
  • Midterm
  • Gene Expression & Protein Synthesis
  • Mitosis & Meiosis
  • Genetics & Inheritance
  • Evolution
  • Classification
  • Ecology
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Final Exam

9 Comments

Nicholas Cartegna • 1 year, 4 months agologin to reply

Enjoying all of the updates in the Biology course. The reorganization of a few of the units and topics within makes sense. Guess you guys have been busy during the pandemic. One note: it seems anabolic/catabolic reactions and specifically concepts related to entropy are briefly experienced first in "Enzymes Unit" and then more fully later in "Energy Processing". Just wondering if these could somehow be combined for a more comprehensive overview/understanding and then later touched upon for review. Great job. Thanks!

Nicholas Cartegna • 1 year, 4 months agologin to reply

Just noticed the "entropy" presentation in the "review physical science" section. :)

Susan Olszewski • 1 year, 4 months agologin to reply

Great, we're happy that you like the new course materials! Does this review topic answer the previous comment?

Nicholas Cartegna • 1 year, 4 months agologin to reply

It does. Thanks.

Charisse Miglis • 1 year, 3 months agologin to reply

I love all the PSI Science student Materials and Teacher Resources very well organized, especially the instructors!

Melissa Axelsson • 1 year, 3 months agologin to reply

Charisse - thank you for your continued support! - Melissa

Lisa Redfern • 4 months, 3 weeks agologin to reply

Is there a textbook that is recommended and aligned with this curriculum? Thank you so much for the guidance!

Susan Olszewski • 4 months, 2 weeks agologin to reply

Hi Lisa, the presentations are intended to be used as the textbook, so there is no need for an additional textbook. For schools with 1:1 devices, you can share the PDF version of the presentation with your students and they can use markup to take notes. Otherwise, the presentations can be printed 3 or 6 slides per page, and students can use the print copy to take notes. Please let us know if you have any other questions about implementation!

Lisa Redfern • 4 months, 1 week agologin to reply

Thanks for the recommendation!

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