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Development and Assessment of Modules to Integrate Quantitative Skills in Introductory Biology Courses
(The American Society for Cell Biology, 2017-10-13)
Redesigning undergraduate biology courses to integrate quantitative reasoning and skill development is critical to prepare students for careers in modern medicine and scientific research. In this paper, we report on the ...
Unique Down to Our Microbes—Assessment of an Inquiry-Based Metagenomics Activity
(American Society for Microbiology, 2017-06)
Metagenomics is an important method for studying microbial life. However, undergraduate exposure to metagenomics is hindered by associated software, computing demands, and dataset access. In this inquiry-based activity ...
Using Clickers for Deliberate Practice in Five Large Science Courses
Clickers are often used as an active learning tool in face-to-face classes to enhance student engagement and assess student learning. In this article we share the variety of ways that we use clicker questions ...