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Thinking Like a Biologist: Using Diagnostic Questions (DQCs) and Active Teaching to Help Students Reason With Biological Principles

Rating: 5 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Nancy J. Pelaez (Faculty), Dec 06, 2009
Comment: This material has been made available to help intro biology faculty take their students from the informal level of everyday thinking to more scientific ways of thinking about matter and energy at multiple levels of organization.

Technical Remarks:

Material can be adapted and edited for your won purposes once you download the word documents.
Time spent reviewing site: one year