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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 Cells: The Building Blocks of Life

This page from the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education includes a participant guide, instructor guide and PowerPoint presentation from a workshop on cells. The material focuses on cells in relation to bioMEMS (bio- microelectromechanical systems). The document includes background on cell theory, with diagrams illustrating the parts of bacteria, animal and plant cells. It goes on to...

View Resource Amazing Cells

The University of Utah's Teach.Genetics website is a companion to their Learn.Genetics website, and both are part of the Genetic Science Learning Center. Visitors will find that Amazing Cells is one of at least a dozen lessons available on genetics for K-12 and higher education teachers, as well as public educators. The Amazing Cells lessons on Teach.Genetics are "print-and-go" lessons that are a...

View Resource Embryonic Stem Cell Course (Stanford)

These instructional materials were developed with support from the National Science Foundation and have been used in embryonic stem cell courses at Stanford and at San Francisco State University. Materials include Laboratory Protocols for both mouse and human embryonic stem cells, Lectures, Activities and Assessments. A Bioethics activity includes extensive readings. Two syllabi are provided...

View Resource Basics of Cell Culture

These manuals are used in the Stem Cell Culture Course at City College of San Francisco. This course is about general mammalian cell culture techniques but includes a laboratory exercise using stem cells (takes 3 weeks to complete). The course is taught to high school students but the materials are also used for college students. Laboratory exercises provide instruction in basic techniques of...

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