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View Resource Approaches to Cell Biology Teaching: Learning Content in Context - Problem-Based Learning

This is an excellent article on problem-based learning that will be an invaluable resource to any interested instructor. The authors review the literature on problem-based learning, and provide examples of the use of PBL in the biology classroom. The article includes a discussion of strategies for application of PBL in large enrollment courses, summarizes assessment data, and provides an...

View Resource How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School: Expanded Edition (2000)

This page, in the National Academy Press website, gives the table of contents of "How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School." As one of the "openbooks" from this press, the site allows users to search the book (approximately 400 pages) as well as download the complete book or selected portions.

View Resource The Inquiry Page - Inquiry Based Learning

This website provides a thoughtful and well-written introduction to inquiry-based learning methods with a focus on K-12 educators. The website also provides useful information on assessing student learning in an inquiry-based classroom. As such it should be very useful to college and university faculty interested in developing their own inquiry based units.

View Resource Problem-Based Teaching of a Large Class

This webpage, authored by a biology professor from the University of Delaware, addresses the question of how one might adapt the problem-based learning approach for use in a large classroom setting. The page contains no links. The information is not dated and will be useful to all teaching faculty concerned with this question.

View Resource Thoughts on the Education of Analytical Chemists

This reading material focuses on the use of group based role playing as a teaching approach to improve the quality of undergraduate analytical chemistry.

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