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  1. Building Better groups in STEM Courses

    06 Dec 2022 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Jennifer Glee Buntz1, Emily Drill2, Dan Johnson3, Megan Lupek4, Carolina Mehaffy5, Dr Pankaj Mehrotra6, Melissa Rowland-Goldsmith7, Usha Sankar8

    1. Central New Mexico Community College 2. Carnegie Mellon University 3. Wake Forest University 4. North Carolina State University 5. Colorado State University 6. University of the People, California, United States of America 7. Chapman University 8. Fordham University

    Formation of student groups that can work effectively together is challenging at best. Considerations include group size and formation (assigned or student choice) and how group members will be...


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  3. A flexible, multi-week approach to plant biology - How will plants respond to higher levels of CO2?

    28 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Vanessa Muilenburg1, Katherine Supanich1, Stephen Scogin1, Thomas Bultman1, Jianhua Li1, Lori Hertel1, Kathy Winnett-Murray1

    Hope College

    To help introductory biology students understand how plants will respond to higher levels of CO2, we have created a multi-week module consisting of a series of four related laboratory lessons....


  4. Out of Your Seat and on Your Feet! An adaptable course-based research project in plant ecology for advanced students

    25 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Michael P. Fleming

    California State University, Stanislaus

    University capstone projects can offer science students a rich research experience that illustrates the process of doing scientific research, and can also help students better choose future...


  5. "Boost your evolution IQ": An evolution misconceptions game

    23 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Mariëlle Hoefnagels1, Matthew Scott Taylor1

    University of Oklahoma

    Students often enter introductory biology courses with misconceptions about evolution. For example, many students believe that traits arise when a species needs them or that evolutionary processes...