ABT

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ABTAmerican Ballet Theatre
ABTAbbott Laboratories (stock symbol)
ABTAbteilung (German: Department)
ABTAbout
ABTArmy Basic Training
ABTAlberta Bair Theater (Billings, MT)
ABTAlumni Board of Trustees (various organizations)
ABTArizona Broadway Theatre
ABTAceto Balsamico Tradizionale (Italian: Traditional Balsamic Vinegar)
ABTAbort
ABTAyrian Brotherhood of Texas
ABTAnybody but Trump
ABTAmerican Biology Teacher (journal)
ABTAdvanced Brightness Technology
ABTAdvanced Bicmos Technology
ABTAtm Block Transfer
ABTAssociação Brasileira de Telemarketing
ABTAntibiotic Therapy
ABTAdvanced Business Technology (various locations)
ABTAsociación de Buses de Turismo (Guatemala)
ABTAvailability Based Tariff
ABTAdvanced BiCMOS Technology (family of logic integrated circuits)
ABTAnchorage Baptist Temple
ABTAuto-By-Tel
ABTAir Combat Training
ABTAll But Thesis
ABTAir Breathing Threat
ABTAdvanced Building Technologies
ABTActual Bottom Time (SCUBA diving)
ABTAssociation of Business Travelers
ABTAdvanced Brain Technologies, LLC
ABTAutomatic Bus Transfer
ABTActive Braking Technology (Rollerblade)
ABTAminopyrine Breath Test
ABTAmerican Born Taiwanese
ABTAdaptive Block Transform
ABTAnswer Back Tone
ABTAbort Timer
ABTAmateur Bowler's Tour
ABTAir Breathing Target
ABTAdvanced Backplane Technology
ABTAnalytical Base Table
ABTAny Bloody Thing (Australia)
ABTAmbient Breeze Tunnel
ABTAdvanced Business TeleServices, Inc (Talent, OR)
ABTAssign Bulk Transfer
ABTAssociation of Building Technicians (UK)
ABTAstigmatic Beam Tracer
ABTAnnual Block Training
ABTActive Battle Time (Final Fantasy VII game)
ABTAircrew Briefing Terminal
ABTAutomatic Buss Transfer Switch
ABTAir Ballast Tank
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But an American biology teacher 'raps' to teach his students science - and what's more - they love it.
Still, it took an American biology teacher doubling as a missionary to help Mustapha get to college in the United States--and summers of factory work to help pay for it.
The article by Lankford and Friedrichsen (2012) that appeared in the August issue of The American Biology Teacher (74:392-399) does an excellent job summarizing a variety of hands-on activities that can be used to teach diffusion and osmosis.
Previous articles in The American Biology Teacher have used forestry to study ecology in high school (Varbalow, 1963; Glenn, 1995; Rubino & McCarthy, 2002) and interdisciplinary studies in middle school (Zipko, 1983).
We reviewed all "how-to" articles for the classroom published from 2000 through August 2011 in three refereed journals: The American Biology Teacher (targets primary, secondary, and college education), Journal of Biological Education (mainly targets primary and secondary education), and Scientific Activities (targets primary and secondary education).
It is not my intent to rehash the thorough content coverage of Flannery (2010) that can be accessed by other American Biology Teacher readers.
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