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Can a Diversified Instructional Approach Featuring Active Learning Improve Biology Students' Attitudes toward General Education?

Subjects: Active Learning; Student Attitudes; Biology

  • Source: Journal of College Science Teaching, v46 n6 p20-26 Jul 2017. 7 pp.

  • Abstract: In an effort to make our classes more engaging, we recently reorganized sections of our nonmajors biology course, using current issues in biology and society ... As Provided

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Effectiveness of Elements of a Diversified Instructional Approach in an Introductory Biology Course

Subjects: Scientific Principles; Biology; Introductory CoursesTennessee

  • Source: Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching, v34 n1 p24-29 Jun 2008. 6 pp.

  • Abstract: Students enrolled in a large-lecture, non-majors biology course employing a diversified instructional approach featuring both instructor-centered and student-centered techniques evaluated the effectiveness of each approach ... As Provided

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Making the Nature of Science Relevant: Effectiveness of an Activity that Stresses Critical Thinking Skills

Subjects: Scientific Concepts; Scientific Principles; Thinking Skills

  • Source: American Biology Teacher, v67 n6 p329 Aug 2005. 5 pp.

  • Abstract: An activity to promote student understanding of the nature of science as a method of inquiry by engaging students in a real-life experience that requires ... Author

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Modeling the Process of Science: Investigating Sexual Dimorphism in Crayfish.

Subjects: Biology; Concept Formation; Higher Education

  • Source: Bioscene, v29 n1 p7-13 Mar 2003.

  • Abstract: Describes a scientific investigation of sexual dimorphism with regard to chela size in crayfish in which students utilize the skills, tools, and techniques associated with ...

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Teaching Doctorates in Biology--Is There a Niche?

Subjects: Biology; College Instruction; Doctoral Programs

  • Source: Bioscene, v26 n2 p25-31 May 2000.

  • Abstract: Determines whether the Doctor of Arts and the departmentalized Doctor of Education degrees in biology are successful in achieving their goals. Surveys graduates from two ...

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