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View Resource Ecology for Liberal Arts Students

This article discusses the author's personal viewpoint on how to teach liberal arts students in the ecology classroom. Lesson plans and activities are described briefly to emphasize his strategies.

View Resource Ecology Teaching Tips for First-Year Professors

This article is a guide for first -year professors (ecology and other) that includes advice related to teaching, preparing lectures, organization skills, and other aspects of starting out that may be...

View Resource Enhancing science teachers' understanding of ecosystem interactions with qualitative conceptual models

The project described in this article explores how a series of conceptual ecological models can be used to portray the improvement in ecological understanding over the span of a short course. The...

View Resource Evaluating a Multi-Component Assessment Framework for Biodiversity Education

The Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP) is a global initiative that seeks to create opportunities for the broad exchange of educational and training information and strategies...

View Resource Evaluating Course Impact on Student Environmental Values in Undergraduate Ecology with a Novel Survey Instrument

The authors of this TIEE Research Paper investigated the effect their teaching had on the environmental attitudes and values of undergraduate students. Specifically, they wanted to know if...

View Resource Evaluating the Impact of TIEE Activities on Student Learning: Lessons for the Instructor

The author of this TIEE Research Paper assessed the use of student-active activities to teach students to use the scientific method and improve their understanding of basic ecological concepts. The...

View Resource Evaluation of Course Reforms: A Primer on What It is and Why You Should Do It

This article encourages teachers to integrate the evaluation of course reforms into the classroom. It defines related terms, such as course evaluation, program and project evaluation, and formative...

View Resource Evolution of Ideas about Causes of Amphibian Deformities

This Issue focuses on a research article by Blaustein and Johnson (2003) that was published in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. The article discusses amphibian deformities, which may be...

View Resource Field Trips as a Teaching Tool

The following article, originally published in the Ecology 101 section of The Ecological Society of America's Bulletin, describes the author's efforts to assess the educational value of field trips...

View Resource Guidelines for Partnerships in Applied Ecology and Education

Explains why we are moving away from traditional laboratory and field exercises towards group or individual research projects that involve "real-world" situations. Although it can be difficult to...

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