||The proceedings from the 6th annual NABT Biology Education Research Symposium have been posted. The symposium was held on Thursday, November 12, 2014 at the NABT Professional Development Committee held in Cleveland, Ohio.
The six papers were submitted through a double blind peer review process and titles included:
Preservice Teachers’ Use of Content Knowledge to Inform Formative Assessment Strategies in an Integrated Life Sciences Methods Course
Producing Learner-Centered Future Faculty: FiRST IV – A Uniquely Effective Program of Professional Development
To What Extent is the Established Conceptual Framework of Animal Behavior used in Textbooks and the Primary Literature?
Using Concept Maps to Measure Undergraduates’ Nature of Science Conceptions During a Biology Course
Effects on Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulated Learning
Faculty and Student Perceptions of Learning in an Inquiry-Based introductory Biology Course
Both abstracts and full papers are posted at 2014 NABT Proceedings. A call for papers for the 2015 NABT Biology Education Research Symposium will be available this spring.
Wednesday 12 November, 2014, 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm EST
||NABT Professional Development Committee held in Cleveland, Ohio