Students as Science Content Creators and Evaluators
Within the context of higher education, the disciplines of science and filmmaking appear disparate, but the importance of storytelling as an integral ...
By Erica B. Walker and Kelly B. Lazar
Service-Learning Through Citizen Science in a COVID-Adapted Classroom
Classrooms were turned upside down amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, which began approximately halfway through the spring 2020 semester. A service-le...
By Joanna J. Cielocha
The Constructivist Flipped Classroom
In science education, the value of the constructivist methodology has long been integrated with experiential and hands-on learning while offering a fr...
By William H. Robertson
Student Acceptance of Evolution
Acceptance of human evolution seems to be the majority position for the U.S. population; however, acceptance of evolution among conservative Christian...
By Daniel G. Ferguson, Jamie L. Jensen, Adhieu Arok, Seth M. Bybee, and T. Heath Ogden
Integrating the Concept of Homeostasis Into a First-Semester Anatomy and Physiology Course Through Short Predict-Observe-Explain Activities
Historically, undergraduate anatomy and physiology (A&P) has been a challenging course for incorporating conceptual learning techniques due to lar...
By Sammi Moore, Ron Gray, and Jeff Meilander
Connecting pH and Molarity to Health Care
Given the recent state of social distancing, the online lab experience discussed in this article offers an economical and versatile approach to online...
By Angela L. Mahaffey
STEM Graduate Students’ Development at the Intersection of Research, Leadership, and Innovation
Researcher innovation and leadership skills are fundamental for creating implementable solutions to pressing societal and market-based global problems...
By Cindy Lenhart, Jana Bouwma-Gearhart, Douglas A. Keszler, Judith Giordan, Rich Carter, and Michelle Dolgos
Interactive, Physical Course Materials as Formative Assessment Opportunities to Improve Student Learning of Molecular Structure-Function Relationships
Physical and life science disciplines emphasize how basic structural units influence function, yet it is challenging for students to understand struct...
By Robin Forbes-Lorman, Michele Korb, Amy Moser, Margaret A. Franzen, and Michelle A. Harris
Intentionally Addressing Equity in the Classroom
Equity, as we define it, means striving to serve the needs of others and enhancing belonging by focusing on “whole humans” in emotional, sociocult...
By Jessica Kansman*, Makenzie E. Mabry*, Aaron Morrison*, Stephanie Rosbach*, and Marcelle A. Siegel
Computing in Bioinformatics and Engaged Student Learning
The field of biology education—and other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines more broadly—has witnessed two major...
By Tina A. Marcroft, Chris Rasmussen, and Scott T. Kelley
A Process of Pedagogical Change in College Science Education
This article aims to explore the experiences of science instructors who are active participants in the design and enactment of an interdisciplinary sc...
By Ozden Sengul