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By Debra Shapiro
By Ainissa Ramirez, Ph.D.
Metacognition, the ability to think about and regulate one’s thinking, is an important factor in effective student learning. One intervention to p...
By Linda C. Hodges, Lisa C. Beall, Eric C. Anderson, Tara S. Carpenter, Lili Cui, Elizabeth Feeser, Tiffany Gierasch, Kalman M. Nanes, H. Mark Perks, and Cynthia Wagner
English language learners are increasingly entering classrooms using student-centered instruction that places a greater emphasis on spoken language....
By Benjamin Wiggins, Hannah Jordt, and Kerri Wingert
The use of technology is increasing rapidly in our society, and classroom teachers must recognize the impact and importance of technology in the liv...
By Deepika Menon, Zarah Salas, Allison Mellendick, Meera Chandrasekhar, and Dorina Kosztin
The main objective of this study was to characterize the acceptance of evolution among biology majors. Semi-structured interviews were carried out t...
By Chad Talbot, Zeegan George, and T. Heath Ogden
This article reports on students’ experiences of the lectorial approach that was implemented for health science students studying sciences at a So...
By Jyothi Thalluri and Joy Penman
The technical barriers to video production are decreasing and the popularity of video as an instructional medium in science is increasing. Although ...
By Sherry Seethaler, Adam J. Burgasser, Thomas J. Bussey, John Eggers, Stanley M. Lo, Jeffrey M. Rabin, Laura Stevens, and Haim Weizman
Pervasive narratives about who and what counts as competent in science disproportionately impact students historically underrepresented in science, ...
By Sabriya N. Rosemond, Erin S. Palmer, Kelly C. Y. Wong, Vishnu Murthy, and Angelica M. Stacy
Metacognition and self-regulated learning are skills that contribute to student success, but few studies have examined these topics within a communi...
By Matthew R. Fisher, Deborah Cole, Youngha Oh, and Sheela Vemu
The National Science Teaching Association (NSTA), the National Science Education Leadership Association, and the Council of State Science Supervisors ...
By Kenneth Roy
By Debra Shapiro
Many methods have been developed for managing groups in active learning classes, but little research has been done on the effect of group structure ...
By Michael Briggs
Concept maps make connections between ideas apparent, and thus would seem ideally suited to demonstrate learning. Yet, they are not widely used by i...
By Carl-Georg Bank and Heidi Daxberger