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Volume 84,
Issue 5
May 2022
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Emenaha Uchenna
High school students are very seldomly, if at all, taught that race is a social rather than biological construct, and this pedagogical omission has led to biological essentialism. Biological essentialism is the belief that race can be used in ...
Kelly M. Schmid, Jason R. Wiles
Mentorship plays an important role in the experiences of undergraduate researchers, and students may interact with multiple potential mentors in laboratory settings. Using qualitative methods, we explored the relationships between undergraduate ...
Catherine Cooke, Amelia Hubbard
The value to students of discussing and evaluating bioethical scenarios has been widely demonstrated, yet relatively few natural science courses incorporate this topic as part of the curriculum. This paper presents an activity to introduce bioethics ...
Nicole E. Wonderlin, Amanda R. Lorenz-Reaves et al.
Inquiry-driven teaching methods allow students to take on an active role in their own education. Through this framework, students are able to cultivate an understanding of scientific concepts and their connections while experimenting in the ...

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The American Biology Teacher is an award-winning, peer-refereed professional journal for K-16 biology teachers. Topics covered in the journal include modern biology content, teaching strategies for the classroom and laboratory, field activities, applications, professional development, social and ethical implications of biology and ways to incorporate such concerns into instructional programs, as well as reviews of books and classroom technology products.

ISSN: 0002-7685         eISSN: 1938-4211

Published 9x/yr – Monthly except June and July; combined Nov/Dec issue

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Editor: William F. McComas, University of Arkansas

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