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The American Biology Teacher (2016) 78 (9): 725–732.
Published: 01 November 2016
... provoke. (8) Create the right test and teach to it. (9) Incorporate self-disclosure. (10) Reinforce the “take-home messages.” development of active-learning activities; identification of student misconceptions; creation of formative and summative...
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The American Biology Teacher (2008) 70 (7): 421–425.
Published: 01 September 2008
... inquiry based program that nurtures a community of learners (pages 31-32). B. Guide and facilitate learning to orchestrate discourse among students (page 36). C. Engage in ongoing assessment that guides students in self-assessment (page 42). D. Guide and manage learning environments and structure time to...
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The American Biology Teacher (2008) 70 (2): 79–84.
Published: 01 February 2008
... self-disclosures by Minnesota biol- ogy teachers (Kraemer, 1995) and previous studies of biology teachers elsewhere in the United States regarding the teaching of creationism in biology classrooms (Aguillard, 1999; Moore, 2004b; Trani, 2004; Zimmerman, 1987, and references therein). The inclusion of...
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The American Biology Teacher (1990) 52 (1): 10–21.
Published: 01 January 1990
... respondents self-selected into courses that were compatible with their pre-existing beliefs. Further research will be re- quired to establish the direction of effect in these re- lationships. Demographic factors, then, are almost completely unrelated to scores on the Biblical literalism scale for our sample...
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The American Biology Teacher (1988) 50 (2): 101–106.
Published: 01 February 1988
... order to convince your- self that recombination (i.e., the ex- change of DNA) has occurred between strains I and II? 104 THE AMERICAN BIOLOGY TEACHER, VOLUME 50, NO. 2, FEBRUARY 1988 From the results, can the student determine whether the strr gene from strain I was transferred to strain II or if the...
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The American Biology Teacher (1984) 46 (8): 429.
Published: 01 November 1984
...' dichotomy to making warranted "sober, finely-tuned judgments." He does this by exposing "moral fantasies" and by distinguishing prominent ethical concerns. While he correctly shows the oversimplistic fantasies of such self-appointed prophets as Jeremy Rifkin or J. F. Danielli and Bernard Davis, who believe...
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The American Biology Teacher (1985) 47 (2): 85–90.
Published: 01 February 1985
... of forest conservation. Most text- books portrayed human conservation as a goal in it- self that was not closely linked to environmental conservation. In Hunter and many other textbooks, human conservation still included eugenics. Most high school textbooks in the 1930s had one chapter on...
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The American Biology Teacher (1981) 43 (5): 235–266.
Published: 01 May 1981
...? The odds are heavily in favor of the creationists, and preparation for such a thing distracts mightily from other pursuits. I believe that the answer is "yes," for several reasons. First, there was a payoff to my- self in that my own grasp of the broad evolutionary pic- 244 THE AMERICAN BIOLOGY...
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The American Biology Teacher (1972) 34 (2): 61–66.
Published: 01 February 1972
... trickling sew- age is constantly replenished, and this enables the enormous populations of oxygen-consuming animals to flourish. With a minimum of daily attention a trickling-filter sewage conversion tank becomes an almost perfect self-contained ecosystem. One town's sewage flows onto the surface and...
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The American Biology Teacher (1970) 32 (8): 495–497.
Published: 01 November 1970
... place, there is very little evidence, if any, to support the general theory of evolution-the theory, that is, that all liv- ing forms have arisen from a single form, which it- self arose from an abiotic source. The critical evi- dence predicted by the theory is the presence in the fossil record of the...
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The American Biology Teacher (1948) 10 (6): 163–164.
Published: 01 October 1948
... and this was a great benefit to us Americans, for the British were able to supply badly needed data, the lack of which might have seriously delayed our work, in several phases of the project. The moral here is self-evi- dent: excessive compartmentalization threat- ens our own goals. The Disclosure of...
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The American Biology Teacher (1948) 10 (6): 162–163.
Published: 01 October 1948
... supply badly needed data, the lack of which might have seriously delayed our work, in several phases of the project. The moral here is self-evi- dent: excessive compartmentalization threat- ens our own goals. The Disclosure of Scientific Secrets This brings mie to my next point, one that has often been...
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The American Biology Teacher (1948) 10 (3): 69–74.
Published: 01 March 1948
.... An even more general statement could have preceded all that was stated above. The distinction between human behavior and that of our sub-human ancestors cer- tainly rests, primarily, on genetic dif- ference. Again, the thing we ordinarily think of as mind, namely conscious (or self-conscious...