How helpful was the following in helping you prepare for the AP exam?

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* 1. How helpful was the following in helping you prepare for the AP exam?

  Not helpful at all - Don't use for next year Somewhat helpful Sometimes helpful, depends on the topic Very helpful Super duper helpful - For sure do more of this next year
Reading guides
Chapter outlines
Reading the textbook chapter
Supplemental readings (National Geographic, Scientific American, etc)
Classroom lab activities (eco-column, salinity lab, soil lab)
Web based lab activities (wastewater treatment interactive, smog city lab)
Lectures and informal class discussions (powerpoints)
Socratic seminars and debates
Writing rticle summaries and share outs of article summaries
Practice questions from previously released exams
Practice questions from Barons or other study books
Taking quizzes
Making posters and share outs of posters
Making models (seasons diagram, food web diagrams, eco-columns)
Constructing arguments (sustainable meat argumentation)
Writing essays
Watching videos
Teaching others about a topic
Learning from others about a topic
Study groups
Biozone worksheets
Worksheets
Concept cards
Vocabulary development and practice
Brainjogs
How helpful was the following in helping you learn the topic and become a better student but was not necessarily helpful in preparing you for the exam?

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* 2. How helpful was the following in helping you learn the topic and become a better student but was not necessarily helpful in preparing you for the exam?

  Not helpful at all - Don't use for next year Somewhat helpful Sometimes helpful, depends on the topic Very helpful Super duper helpful - For sure do more of this next year
Reading guides
Chapter outlines
Reading the textbook chapter
Supplemental readings (National Geographic, Scientific American, etc)
Classroom lab activities (eco-column, salinity lab, soil lab)
Web based lab activities (wastewater treatment interactive, smog city lab)
Lectures and informal class discussions (powerpoints)
Socratic seminars and debates
Writing rticle summaries and share outs of article summaries
Practice questions from previously released exams
Practice questions from Barons or other study books
Taking quizzes
Making posters and share outs of posters
Making models (seasons diagram, food web diagrams, eco-columns)
Constructing arguments (sustainable meat argumentation)
Writing essays
Watching videos
Teaching others about a topic
Learning from others about a topic
Study groups
Biozone worksheets
Worksheets
Concept cards
Vocabulary development and practice
Brainjogs
For next year, what should Ms. Chen REPLICATE?

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* 3. For next year, what should Ms. Chen REPLICATE?

For next year, what should Ms. Chen MUTATE?

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* 4. For next year, what should Ms. Chen MUTATE?

For next year, what should Ms. Chen KILL?

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* 5. For next year, what should Ms. Chen KILL?

For next year, how can this class EVOLVE to better prepare you for the exam?

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* 6. For next year, how can this class EVOLVE to better prepare you for the exam?

Rank the following topics based on your interest level:

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* 7. Rank the following topics based on your interest level:

  Not interested Somewhat interested Neutral Interested Very interested
Earth science (volcanoes, plate tectonics, seasons)
The atmosphere (weather, climate, ENSO)
Global waters and resource use
Soil (rock cycle, erosion)
Ecosystems (niche, keystone, interactions, biomes)
Energy flow (food webs, photosynthesis, cell respiration)
Ecosystem diversity (evolution)
Biogeochemical cycles (water, carbon, nitrogen, etc)
Population biology (carrying capacity, survivorship)
Human population (fertility rates, demographic transitions, age structure)
Impacts on population growth (hunger, disease)
Agriculture
Forestry
Mining
Fishing and aquaculture
Energy concepts (power, energy forms)
Energy consumption
Renewable energy sources and use
Nonrenewable energy sources and use
Pollution - Air, water, noise
Solid and hazardous waste
Human health hazards
Economic Impacts
Ozone
Global warming
Loss of biodiversity
Laws
Rank the following topics based on how PREPARED you were for the EXAM.

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* 8. Rank the following topics based on how PREPARED you were for the EXAM.

  Not prepared at all Somewhat prepared Neutral Prepared Very prepared
Earth science (volcanoes/earthquakes, plate tectonics, seasons)
The atmosphere (weather, climate, ENSO)
Global waters and resource use (conservation, ground/surface water, fresh/salt water, water problems)
Soil (rock cycle, erosion, soil types)
Ecosystems (niche, keystone, interactions, biomes)
Energy flow (food webs, photosynthesis, cell respiration, trophic levels)
Ecosystem diversity (evolution, biodiversity, primary/secondary succession)
Biogeochemical cycles (water, carbon, nitrogen, etc)
Population biology (carrying capacity, survivorship, r/k species)
Human population (fertility rates, demographic transitions, age structure)
Impacts on population growth (hunger, disease)
Agriculture (pesticides, genetic engineering, irrigation)
Forestry (fires, national forests)
Mining
Fishing and aquaculture (fishing techniques, overfishing)
Energy concepts (power, energy forms, law of thermodynamics)
Energy consumption (history, energy needs)
Renewable energy sources and use
Nonrenewable energy sources and use
Air Pollution (smog, acid rain, pollutants, laws, heat island)
Water Pollution (eutrophication, water quality tests, laws, types)
Solid and hazardous waste
Human health hazards (dose response, risk, smoking, acute and chronic effects)
Economic Impacts
Ozone (formation, depletion, laws, reducing ozone)
Global warming (GHG, laws, causes, reduction)
Loss of biodiversity (habitat loss, pollution, introduced species, endangered species)
Laws
What aspects of the class did you enjoy the most and least?  Be sure to specify which is which!!!

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* 9. What aspects of the class did you enjoy the most and least?  Be sure to specify which is which!!!

Please provide 3 quotes you'd like to share with next year's APES class.

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* 10. Please provide 3 quotes you'd like to share with next year's APES class.

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