"In general, no my school doesn't build more time into the schedule for science labs. There is an exception, however. My AP Chemistry class needed more time in order to re-certify with College Board. We managed it by combining that class period…"
"How about subject-area specific resources for networking.
An example, the Pretty Good Physics Wiki at http://prettygoodphysics.wikispaces.com/, is a great resource for Physics and Physical Science teachers."
"The big push that I'm getting ready for is video analysis in physics class. I hope to buy Casio Exilim High Speed cameras and along with my Vernier Logger Pro software, we should be able to analyze everything!"
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