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This page presents a Hardy-Weinberg Punnett Square Android app. The idea for this app came from a BozemanScience video embedded below that uses a unique approach to teaching the Hardy-Weinberg equation.

The app's screen looks like this:


BozemanScience.com is Paul Andersen's site for YouTube videos that teach biology. The About page states:

Paul Andersen has been teaching high school science for the last nineteen years.  He has been teaching science on YouTube for the last three years.  Paul spent the first seven years teaching all of the science classes at a small rural school in northern Montana.  Paul is currently a science teacher and technology specialist at Bozeman High School.  

Paul graduated from Montana State University with a degree in Biology with Broadfield Science Certification.  He holds a Masters of Science in Science Education.  Paul serves on the Board of Directors for the Montana Learning Center.  He is also the program coordinator for the Springtime in the Rockies conference.  Paul was the 2011 Montana Teacher of the Year, and was also one of four finalists for the 2011 National Teacher of the Year.  Paul was recently selected as a YouTube Edu Guru



Hardy-Weinberg Punnett Square




To download the app for your Android phone click on the download arrow by the HWpunnett.apk file below. Once it is downloaded email it to your smartphone and click to install it.

The app was built using MIT app inventor 2 and anyone interested can get the code and associated image files by downloading the HWpunnett.zip file below.


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HWpunnett.apk
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HWpunnett.zip
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