RISE Up for Racial Justice in the School of Life Sciences!

We are excited to announce 16 events this term that all focus on racial justice in biology. These events are open to the School of […]

Tips to Make Your Classroom More Inclusive for LGBQT+ Students

 Why do I keep seeing people list pronouns on their email signatures? Can I use the word queer? What’s a deadname? As ASU is defined […]

Evolutionary Medicine: Teaching Resources for Science Courses

If you teach a college biology course, you are probably aware that most biology majors are interested in a medical career (Cooper et al. 2019). […]

TeachT@lk Webinar: Engaging Discussions

The average faculty member spends 75% of class time talking to students.  Maybe it's time to turn the tables, and let the students do the […]

Beyond “Teaching the Facts”: How to Teach Evolution to Religious Students Who Don’t “Believe”

Today's post is by Liz Barnes, a PhD Graduate Student in Sara Brownell's Biology Education Research Lab at ASU's School of Life Sciences. Liz found […]

Wikipedia Assignments for Education

Guest Blogger: René Tanner, Life Sciences LibrarianWikipedia, the free, open, online encyclopedia has the potential to share information and knowledge with people around the world. […]

TeachT@lk: Gallery Walk of Teaching Resources

Categories of Teaching Resources  In our latest TeachT@lk Webinar (Sept. 1), we highlighted several useful teaching and learning resources available to instructors at ASU. Heidi […]

Teach T@lk Webinar: ePortfolios, Helping Students Assess Their Learning

On Tuesday, April 7, we had a webinar on using eportfolios in the classroom.  Below is a summary of some of the key points and […]

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