The Evolution of Biological Diagrams for Instructors

The ability of students to think abstractly and formally is one of the major challenges instructors have faced over time. This is true across all […]

Can Someone Believe in God and Accept Evolution? Atheistic Perceptions of Evolution, Decrease Acceptance of Evolution

Most scientists agree that the theory of evolution is a foundational concept in understanding biology, yet it remains rejected by nearly half of the college […]

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). […]

Create an Inclusive Environment: Two Quick Resources for the Busy Instructor

Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash Arizona State University's charter statement is a powerful reminder that we are here to create an inclusive learning environment for our students. […]

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 […]

Understanding CUREs: Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences

Our Guest Blogger today is Dr. Erin E. Shortlidge. Erin is a postdoctoral research scholar in Dr. Sara Brownell’s Biology Education Research Lab in the […]

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