Are you interested in evolution, but unable to attend this year’s National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) conference in Minneapolis? Would you and your students like to learn more about how molecular approaches are providing new insights into some of the "classic" examples of evolution you discuss in your class? If so, you will be excited to learn that the annual NABT Evolution Symposium will be accessible via live webcast on Friday, Nov. 5th from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Central…See More
Hi everyone,I just posted this message in the Environmental Science group, but then found this Forum and thought it might be relevant here too. Please do let me know which is the more appropriate place for this discussion (maybe both?).I'd like to share with you the unveiling of a newmodule, developed in coordination with the Carleton College's ScienceEducation Resource Center, titled "Using Socioscientific Issues-BasedInstruction" available for free on AIBS's ActionBioscience.org at:…See More
Hi everyone,I'd like to share with you the unveiling of a new module, developed in coordination with the Carleton College's Science Education Resource Center, titled "Using Socioscientific Issues-Based Instruction" available for free on AIBS's ActionBioscience.org at: http://www.actionbioscience.org/educators/socioscientific.html. The module includes the what, why, how, and 5 examples of using this teaching method in…See More
Thanks for asking! I've updated my profile to show where I work. I didn't see a institution or place of employment option in the profile edit mode... so I just added it to my job title.