Online Connections: Journal of College Science Teaching
Facilitating Conceptual Change by Engaging Students’ Preconceptions During College Science Classroom Instruction
Sustainability, Energy, and the Green Economy
Peer Review and Response
A Journey to Acceptance
Teaching Sciences With Impact Using the Lectorial Approach
Student Perceptions of Open Educational Resources Video-Based Active Learning in University-Level Biology Classes
Barriers to Learning Assistant Engagement
Concept Maps for Structuring Instruction and as a Potential Assessment Tool in a Large Introductory Science Course
Negative Student Response to Active Learning in STEM Classrooms
Outcomes for Peer-based Mentors in a University-Wide STEM Persistence Program: A Three-Year Analysis
Action Research: Using a 5E Instructional Approach to Improve Undergraduate Physics Laboratory Instruction
Features of an Effective Future-Faculty Teaching-Development Program: A Case Study of 10 STEM Faculty
Classroom Observations to Characterize Active Learning Within Introductory Undergraduate Science Courses
An Introvert's Perspective
Building First-Year Science Writing Skills
Building First-Year Science Writing Skills
Integrating Engineering Design
Developing the Next Generation of Science Teachers
Promoting STEM Persistence
An Exam Wrapper Generation in Organic Chemistry
An Introduction to Biological Research Course (Case Study)
Island Ecology for Educators
Faculty Adoption of Active Learning Strategies
The STEM-ALL Project
Mini-Course-Based Undergraduate Research
The Effect of Science Education Classes
Building Bridges: An Active Learning Lesson
Exploring Student Perception Toward Online Homework
A Short, Course-Based Research Model
Guided Inquiry-Based Activities
A Faculty Development Model
An Integrated Model for Teaching Writing
To Go Virtual or Not to Go Virtual
Polymers Course for Small Colleges and Universities
Building Information Literacy Skills
Point of View
Strategies for Teaching STEM Subjects
Observable Features of Active Science Education Practices
Student Perceptions of Inquiry-Based Karaoke Exercise
Connecting Argumentation to 5E Inquiry
A Combined Read-Aloud Think-Aloud Strategy
Student and Faculty Views on Process of Science Skills
Exploring Power Distribution and Its Influence
SMASH: A Diagnostic Tool
Tools for Success
Many Paths Toward Discovery
Students Own Their Introductory Chemistry Experience
Encouraging Science Communication in an Undergraduate Curriculum
A Discipline-Specific Approach to the History of U.S. Science Education
Measuring Student Interactions Using Networks
Self-Directed Learning With Feedback
Teaching Competency in Scientific Research From Experimental Design to Presentation
Teaching Students How to Check Their Work While Solving Problems in Genetics
Reenvisioning the Introductory Science Course as a Cognitive Apprenticeship
A Visual Approach to Helping Instructors Integrate, Document, and Refine Active Learning
Deliberative Pedagogy in a Nonmajors Biology Course
A Hands-On Activity to Build Mastery of Intermolecular Forces and Its Impacts on Student Learning
Crossing Boundaries in Undergraduate Biology Education
Case Study: Student-Produced Videos for the Flipped Classroom
Statistics Across the Curriculum Using an Iterative, Interactive Approach in an Inquiry-Based Lab Sequence
- Appendix 1: Excerpt from The Statistics Primer by M.A. Harris, J.M. Batzli, and E.V. Nordheim
- Appendix 2: Homework for module 4 to review experimental design and data analysis
- Appendix 3: Immediate feedback questions used in class as formative assessment and discussion of paired versus independent t-tests
- Appendix 4: Pre-and post-module assessment tools for student performance of learning outcomes from Table 1
Explorations in Integrated Science
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Strategies for the Introduction of Neuroscience for Underrepresented Students
Does Active Learning Improve Students’ Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Research Methods?