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View Resource Is This Science?

This article from Ecology 101 in the Ecological Society of America's Bulletin discusses how "doing science" relates to teaching science.

View Resource Landscape Ecology of Large, Infrequent Fires in Yellowstone Park

This Issue focuses on a research article by Turner et al. (2003) that was published in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. The article discusses the ecological causes and effects of intense,...

http://tiee.esa.org/vol/v3/issues/frontier_sets/yellowstone/...
View Resource Let the People Judge: Community Examining Boards Help Students Learn to Communicate

This article from Ecology 101 in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America describes a model that utilizes a citizen review board or panel to provide input to students regarding local...

View Resource Long Term Changes in Marine Fisheries

This Issue focuses on a research article by Barange (2003) that was published in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. The article discusses long-term (inter-decadal and longer) patterns of...

http://tiee.esa.org/vol/v2/issues/frontier_sets/marine/abstr...
View Resource Motivating Students to Participate in a Discussion-Format Course

This article covers the course format, preparation and review, discussion of hypotheses, moderating the discussion, and perceived benefits of a discussion-format course.

View Resource On the Functional Relationship Between Assessment and Pedagogy in Ecology

This article, originally published in the Ecology 101 section of the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, attempts to make a case for combining course content and assessment activities. It...

View Resource Online Publication Enhances Integration of Current Research in the Classroom

This article, published in Conservation Ecology, describes a graduate-level landscape ecology course that uses methods, such as integrating current research materials, i.e. journal articles, and...

http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol7/iss1/resp12/
View Resource Pathways to Scientific Teaching, Chapter 3b of 7: Ecological controversy: analysis to synthesis

The article by John Banks [attached] outlines innovative programs worldwide that integrate the seemingly opposed goals of agriculture and conservation biology to produce mutually beneficial outcomes....

View Resource Pathways to Scientific Teaching, Chapter 4b of 7: Problem solving: a foundation for modeling

Reading and discussing primary literature is central to communicating science. Students need practice in reading the literature for purposes beyond gaining information. Literature can be used to both...

View Resource Pathways to Scientific Teaching, Chapter 6a of 7: Active homework: preparation for active classes

We use the Kappel article [attached] to model ways to engage students in active homework to advance learning both inside and outside the classroom. Kappel’s article provides an overview of threats...

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