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The American Biology Teacher (2017) 79 (3): 176–183.
Published: 01 March 2017
...Cristina Manrique-Juan; Zaira V. E. Grostieta-Dominguez; Ricardo Rojas-Ruiz; Moises Alencastre-Miranda; Lourdes Muñoz-Gómez; Cecilia Silva-Muñoz In this paper, we present an augmented reality learning system that uses the input of a depth camera to interactively teach anatomy to high school...
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The American Biology Teacher (2017) 79 (7): 592–593.
Published: 01 September 2017
...Quent Lupton Teaching the techniques to collect and analyze data on wild populations presents many obstacles. Capturing, identifying, and collecting data from wildlife has many safety-related and logistical challenges. Pokémon GO, a relatively new, smartphone-based augmented reality game, provides...
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The American Biology Teacher (2019) 81 (9): 638–643.
Published: 01 December 2019
... could serve as a capstone experience, an opinion shared by both instructors. Although the BMP project is interdisciplinary and realistic, it is intended to augment, not replace, field-based experiential learning of practical conservation skills, which also is highly valued by employers and academia...
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The American Biology Teacher (2017) 79 (9): 787–791.
Published: 01 November 2017
... Explain Blindness in Cavefish?............................2:97-F, 2:97-OL The Effect of Climate Change on Mosquito-Borne Diseases............................3:169-F, 3:169-OL A Portable Augmented-Reality Anatomy Learning System Using a Depth Camera in Real Time............................3:176-F...
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The American Biology Teacher (2016) 78 (2): 109–117.
Published: 01 February 2016
... in which there is variation and heredity, there is a tendency for diversity and complexity to increase, one that is always present but may be opposed or augmented by natural selection, other forces, or constraints on diversity or complexity.” This law correlates diversity, complexity, and evolution...
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The American Biology Teacher (2012) 74 (9): 657–658.
Published: 01 November 2012
... models to understand what animals are doing with far greater ease and elegance” (p. 16). While this implies that the book will bash humans and laud animals from some utopian viewpoint, in reality the two are meshed much better and humans also seem interesting, albeit limited, compared with the other...
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The American Biology Teacher (2012) 74 (3): 145–149.
Published: 01 March 2012
... limits of accuracy. A single observation is seldom sufficient to convince the scientific community of its reality. Experimental data, especially, must stand the test of repeatability by other independent investigators. However, the “facts” that one gathers from nature may not always be repeatable by...
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The American Biology Teacher (2010) 72 (7): 452–455.
Published: 01 September 2010
... grooves. In each case, the combination of form and material makes for very effective adhesion. Researchers have found that the channels and grooves greatly augment adhesion when combined with the hexagonal pattern of surfaces ( Barnes, 2007 ). Geckos' feet, too, have gotten a lot of attention in the...
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The American Biology Teacher (2010) 72 (5): 316–319.
Published: 01 May 2010
... logos”” (p. 318). On the other hand, religion's task was to help us deal with realities for which there were no easy explanations, problems with no solutions, such as mortality, pain, and outrage. But ““during the early modern period, Western people fell in love with an ideal of absolute certainty”” (p...
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The American Biology Teacher (1994) 56 (4): 222–225.
Published: 01 April 1994
... economists needs economists who pay attention to reality. We will gain in perspective, as well as in humility, if we keep in mind that conservation principles come down to us from classical Greece. They were first explicitly recognized by Epicurus back in 3rd century B.C. The language quoted below is a far...
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The American Biology Teacher (1994) 56 (3): 146–150.
Published: 01 March 1994
... teaching of the subject, the most effective form of extrinsic context is to involve the living organism or the phenomenon itself in the students' learning experience. After all, reality itself normally provides the best possible context, because it makes the need for further illustration with regard to...
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The American Biology Teacher (1979) 41 (4): 214–232.
Published: 01 April 1979
... dramatically changed needs for space, facilities, and equipment. The microscope, still a singularly signifi- cant tool, has been augmented with electron micro- scopes and spectrophotometers, respirometers and physiographs, homogenizers and centrifuges, scintilla- tion counters and magnetic resonators, growth...
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The American Biology Teacher (1979) 41 (2): 91–97.
Published: 01 February 1979
... the lungs. Based on this information we reasoned as follows: 1. The hibernating frog in cold waters, needing minimal amounts of oxygen, makes do with an exchange of gases through the skin. 2. The quiescent frog, at moderate temperatures for the species, might well augment its oxygen-carbon diox- ide...
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The American Biology Teacher (1976) 38 (8): 510–511.
Published: 01 November 1976
... Paul Klinge C ISU/|t~LoE ? | | and Clarence Lange This publication was prepared for high school 4 ,,d,i+ -; . W | i and college use. It is divided into three sections: /4 w#' - /' A the realities of pollution, teaching about pollu- tion, and laboratory investigations. Twenty-four authors have...
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The American Biology Teacher (1973) 35 (9): 547.
Published: 01 December 1973
... mutation of ideas in historical times, he suggests the development of scientific thinking-the perception of order-which he says (p. 319) "challenges order at the same time that it reveals order, and in the process exposes new facets of reality that make the old order obsolete." As a result of this mutation...
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The American Biology Teacher (1973) 35 (9): 547.
Published: 01 December 1973
... mutation of ideas in historical times, he suggests the development of scientific thinking-the perception of order-which he says (p. 319) "challenges order at the same time that it reveals order, and in the process exposes new facets of reality that make the old order obsolete." As a result of this mutation...
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The American Biology Teacher (1973) 35 (9): 547.
Published: 01 December 1973
... example of a mutation of ideas in historical times, he suggests the development of scientific thinking-the perception of order-which he says (p. 319) "challenges order at the same time that it reveals order, and in the process exposes new facets of reality that make the old order obsolete." As a result of...
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The American Biology Teacher (1973) 35 (7): 431.
Published: 01 October 1973
... into three sections: the realities of pollution, teaching about pollu- tion, and laboratory investigations. Twenty-four authors have contributed to this publication. They include Hugh Iltis, A. M. Winchester, E. J. Kirsch, Bernard Sohn, William Mayer, Alexander Cohen, David Dilcher, Karl Zobel and Alan...
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The American Biology Teacher (1973) 35 (7): 431.
Published: 01 October 1973
... into three sections: the realities of pollution, teaching about pollu- tion, and laboratory investigations. Twenty-four authors have contributed to this publication. They include Hugh Iltis, A. M. Winchester, E. J. Kirsch, Bernard Sohn, William Mayer, Alexander Cohen, David Dilcher, Karl Zobel and Alan...