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View Resource Pathways to Scientific Teaching, Chapter 1 of 7: The first day of class--the most important

How motivated, empowered, and confident are students when they walk into a science course with 250 (or more) other students? Often studentsí expectations are limited to taking notes on lectures,...

View Resource Pathways to Scientific Teaching, Chapter 5b of 7: Learning through peer assessment

Ecological succession is driven by disturbance, both natural and human-induced, and change occurs at multiple scales, both temporal and spatial. Understanding the mechanisms involved in succession...

View Resource Pathways to Scientific Teaching, Chapter 3a of 7: Practicing scientific inquiry: what are the rules?

Ecologists attempt to establish general principles from a vast range of organizational, spatial, and temporal scales (Belovsky et al. 2004). The process of developing generalities in ecology...

View Resource What NOT to Read: A Lesson in Reviewing and Critiquing Scientific Literature Using a Junk Science Article on Climate Change

A central challenge for college-level science and ecology students is understanding the significance of peer-reviewed scientific literature. Such literature is increasingly easy to access, but...

View Resource Investigating the footprint of climate change on phenology and ecological interactions in north-central North America

The ecological questions in this exercise are: 1) Have long-term temperatures changed throughout Ohio? 2) How will these temperature changes impact plant and animal phenology, ecological...

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