Professor John Blamire has crafted this very fine set of online learning modules for students interested in learning about everything from the properties of proteins to Mendelian genetics. First-time visitors should...
This website from the U.S. Department of Education contains suggestions for new teachers on collaborations that can help them deal with the potential problems they will face. It includes suggestions on interactions with...
UTeach, at the University of Texas at Austin, has become one of the largest and most successful programs preparing secondary science and mathematics teachers at a research university in the US. This article by Michael...
This is a collection of nine papers from a session at the 1999 NARST conference on teaching and learning in quantum mechanics. Topics covered include conceptual understanding of students, computers and visualization,...
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