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View Resource How to Make a Great Poster

Advice on how scientists, and students, should approach preparing professional conference and science fair posters. Guidelines include what makes a great poster, how to make one, font choices, and poster layout. An excellent resource for all who need to present their research via a poster.

View Resource National Center for Science Education: Publications & Media

The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) works to provide information and advice as "the premier institution dedicated to keeping evolution and climate change in the science classroom." The Publications & Media area contains a range of NCSE reports, videos, special publications, and links to in-house blogs. Interested parties may wish to sign up for the "Evolution Education Update," which...

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 From Teaching to Learning: Part III. Lectures and Approaches to Active Learning

This site features an article from the Journal of Veterinary Medical Education applying active learning processes in veterinary classes focusing on asking questions and brainstorming in class. This page is for faculty, but is general and not specifically geared to any particular discipline. The quality of content is excellent and uses examples of material used in a science lecture, Journal...

View Resource Center for Innovation in Technological Education (CITE)

The Center for Information Technology Education is dedicated to providing practical Information Technology education, which prepares people with skills to match industry needs. Their site contains resources on problem based learning, and the incorporation of "real-world, real-time" situations and case studies into the education process. This is a great resource for anyone studying Information...

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