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View Resource Three Ways to Teach Ecology Labs by Inquiry: Guided, Open-Ended, and Teacher Collaborative

This article provides a comparison of guided, open-ended and teacher-collaborative teaching methods for ecology labs.

View Resource Cooperative Learning Exercises in Ecology for Undergraduates

This article details the importance of cooperative learning exercises. It provides examples of two exercises. One involves assessing climatic change and the other explores the impact of mutualisms...

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 How Many Students Know, How Many Species are on Earth?

This article describes an exercise performed at the beginning of an introductory level ecology course. It involves students estimating the number of species of plants and animals on earth and a...

View Resource Attracting Future Ecologists Through a Collaborative, Experiential Undergraduate Program

This article describes the Global Studies Program at Southwest State University. It details the benefits of such a program and the classes it involves.

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