A 1994 neuroscience graduate from Duke University, Craig Savage chose to share his love of biology and psychology as a teacher. For almost 20 years, he has taught Advanced Placement Biology and Psychology in independent schools in Atlanta, GA. and Dallas, TX. With a “simpler is better” approach, Craig’s lessons have helped thousands of students in over 190 different countries excel on their high school, AP and college exams.
561 min5-part Biology course
To what extent do genes determine how an organism looks or behaves? In this course, learn the basics of genetics, from Mendelian inheritance to genetic mutations, heredity, and sex-linked traits.
880 min8-part Biology course
DNA is a complex molecule that serves as the foundation for all living organisms, and in this course with biology teacher Craig Savage, learn about the function, composition, and structure of DNA!
781 min7-part Biology course
Why in the world do snakes have hipbones? Charles Darwin sure has an answer! In this exciting biology course, follow along with Craig Savage and learn about natural selection and evolution.
553 min5-part Biology course
Plants are able to take sunshine and water and create glucose to fuel their growth. The miraculous process by which this happens is called photosynthesis. Learn all about it in this biology course!
434 min4-part Biology course
How is glucose broken down inside cells to be used as energy? Cellular respiration! Whether you are a biology student that needs to ace a final, or you need a bio refresher, this is the ideal course.