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Tags: Science Communication

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  1. Exploring Species Interactions with "Snapshot Serengeti"

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

    By Meredith S. Palmer*1, Charlie Willis2, Katherine Barry2, Craig Packer2, Annika Moe2, Deena Wassenberg2

    1. Princeton University 2. University of Minnesota

    Authentic learning experiences are a valuable way for students to gain an in-depth understanding of the scientific process. However, implementing such experiences in large enrollment courses can be...

  2. Exploring the Broader Impacts of Science and Society in an Active Learning Environment

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

    By Sarah Alexander*1, Jessica TeSlaa1

    University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Science and society have always been intertwined. Today, scientists are increasingly encouraged to interact with the public by conducting transparent and participatory engaged scholarship, as...

  3. Vitamin C for Colds? Writing LETTERS to Synthesize and Communicate Results from Multiple Studies

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

    By Robert E. Furrow*1, Rebecca M. Price2, Aeisha Thomas3, Yue Yin4, Kelsie M. Bernot5

    1. University of California, Davis 2. University of Washington, Bothell 3. Crown College 4. University of Illinois at Chicago 5. North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University

    Interpreting experimental results is a key part of evidence-based reasoning. However, it is challenging for students to synthesize data from multiple sources to reach their own conclusions. As...

  4. Teaching students to read, interpret, and write about scientific research: A press release assignment in a large, lower-division class

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

    By Megan K. Barker1, Eric W. Jandciu2, Robin E. Young*3

    1. Simon Fraser University and University of British Columbia 2. University of British Columbia 3. University of British Columbia - Vancouver and Okanagan campuses

    A central skill in any science discipline is the ability to read, understand, and discuss the primary literature of the discipline. However, teaching this skill presents unique challenges within...

  5. Liz M Albertorio

    I am a trained Immunologist who switches between the bench and the informal classroom. Most recently, I taught coding and programming to Black and Latinx middle school students. Currently, I am...

  6. Jody Peters

    I am the Program Manager for NSF-funded and grassroots organizations including PalEON, the Ecological Forecasting Initiative (EFI), and the EFI Research Coordination Network. I am based in Jason...

  7. Shelley Haydel

  8. Marty Downs

  9. Gustavo Requena Santos

    I grew up in Southeastern Brazil, inspired by nature on my grandparents’ farm and summer camps in the local zoo. My passion for nature motivated me to become a field biologist and led me to a...

  10. Heather E Bergan-Roller

  11. Héloïse Dufour

    Héloïse is focusing on how to foster scientific literacy in our societies. She holds a PhD in neuroscience and is the head of the Cercle FSER, a non profit organization developing ways...

  12. Susan Leonie Rowland

    Associate Professor Susan Rowland completed a BSc Hons and PhD at the University of Sydney, Australia, and a Human Frontiers in Science Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of...

  13. Frank Price