Half a million views – so who are you all?

Another busy week at BIS, and a great Unity in Diversity Day!

This site just passed the 500,000 views mark, which is not something I expected when I started it as an experiment in blogging, ‘Science Teachers’ Video Resources,‘ a few summers ago. It’s morphed into a resource-bank for IB Biology and Science in general, and grows as I find more and more great links for learning about the scientific world.

The resources posted here are first and foremost for my own students – to help them go deeper into Biology and to open the door to the trans-disciplinary realms of Science. It’s great that it has become a useful tool for other students and teachers, and I hope that this is a sign that the resources here are useful. It is great to receive emails and comments from people using the site – especially when they spot a mistake and then I can get it fixed!

I don’t really know who is using this site beyond my students, so please leave a comment below to let me know who you are and what you do here. Even better – tag yourself or your school on this map!

Thank-you for your support!

Stephen

PS – because this is a video site and the post is about statistics, here is my TED Talk hero, Hans Rosling, spreading his good news of the decade:

Now go the the best website ever: GapMinder!

About Stephen

Director of Learning & MYP Coordinator at Canadian Academy, Kobe, Japan. Formerly MYP HS Science & IBDP Bio teacher and missing it terribly. Twitterist (@sjtylr), dad and bloggerer.

Posted on November 19, 2010, in Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. It was meeeeeeeeee!

  2. Britta Fardig Bergstrom

    You inspire me in my teaching! I am glad that you also have Hans Rosling as a hero.

  3. hello friend thank you very much admin priority Ike here to Find a site like this I wish you continued success

    dizi izle

  4. I’m an IB student from Australia.

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