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  • Group Activity to Enhance Student Collaboration, Graph Interpretation, and Peer Evaluation of Ecological Concepts in a Large-Enrollment Class
  • Education is the Only Business Where the Customer is Satisfied with Less of the Product
  • Photo Animation Brings Scientists Back to Life in the Classroom
  • First-Year and Non-First-Year Student Expectations Regarding In-Class and Out-of-Class Learning Activities in Introductory Biology
  • The Use of Group Activities in Introductory Biology Supports Learning Gains and Uniquely Benefits High-Achieving Students
  • Looking through the Lens: Adapting and Modifying Photovoice Projects for Active Learning and Engagement in Biology
  • Group Active Engagements Using Quantitative Modeling of Physiology Concepts in Large-Enrollment Biology Classes
  • Reviews and Resources:Houston, We Have a Narrative: Why Science Needs Story
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  • Provides a Cost-Effective and Accessible Resource for Undergraduate Microbiology Students
  • Use of Constructed-Response Questions to Support Learning of Cell Biology during Lectures
  • Aligning Objectives and Assessment in Responsible Conduct of Research Instruction
  • Successful Communication
  • Performance Appraisals and Competency Assessment
  • Presenting Fake Figures: A Tool to Teach Effective Scientific Figure Design
  • Using a “Microbe Minute” to Improve Class Attendance and Increase Course Interest
  • More Clinical Concepts and Less Content: A Different Approach to Pathophysiology
  • Introductory Biology Textbooks Under-Represent Scientific Process
  • Practical Strategies to Promote High Quality Authentic Student Research in High School Settings
  • Giving a Seminar: Suggestions for Graduate Students
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