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Zou, Rong; Wang, Yuezhu; Duan, Mengmeng; Guo, Min; Zhang, Qiang; Zheng, Huajun – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2021
In this study, we tested the feces of children with ASD and those of healthy children, and the overall changing of the community was observed in ASD children compared with controls. However, there were no abundant fungi populations showed significant variations between the ASD and Control group both at phylum and class level. Among the 507 genera…
Descriptors: Children, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Human Body
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Takmaz, Sema; Yilmaz, Mirac – International Online Journal of Education and Teaching, 2021
The purpose of the study was to investigate the views of Biology teachers and secondary education students on virus-related subjects taught in secondary education in Turkey. The study adopted the case study deign, one of the qualitative research methods. The participants, who were selected randomly, consisted of 26 Biology teachers and 51…
Descriptors: Science Teachers, Biology, Microbiology, Secondary School Students
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Macbeth, Alexandra J.; Zurier, Hannah S.; Atkins, Erin; Nugen, Sam R.; Goddard, Julie M. – Journal of Food Science Education, 2021
Connecting the public to concepts in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is an essential for technological advancement and inspiring future scientists, impacting both the communicator and the audience's understanding of scientific topics. Without proper communication of scientific knowledge, acceptance and implementation of…
Descriptors: Foods Instruction, STEM Education, Informal Education, Elementary School Students
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Sulzinski, Michael A. – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2021
A novel approach is described using primary literature manuscripts for the final examination of an upper level undergraduate course in virology. This innovative technique was applied as an alternative to a core comprehensive final examination. A recent primary literature paper in virology was assigned several weeks before the end of the semester.…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, College Science, Microbiology, Student Evaluation
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Oommen, Ansel – Art Education, 2021
Ansel Oommen, a medical technologist in New York, at the beginning of the pandemic, was sometimes working alone processing hundreds of samples from all five boroughs, Westchester, and the lower Hudson Valley. After 20 nights of physical and psychological fatigue, he just knew that he had to process his circumstances through art. This would not be…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Disease Control, Microbiology
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Hayes, Catherine; Eley, Charlotte; Brown, Carla; Syeda, Rowshonara; Verlander, Neville Q.; Hann, Magda; McNulty, Cliodna – Health Education Journal, 2021
Objective: e-Bug is a teaching resource that addresses the UK 5-year National Action Plan on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) that pledges to work with educators and local authorities to ensure young people understand infection prevention and control (IPC) and AMR. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness and acceptability of the e-Bug…
Descriptors: Knowledge Level, Self Esteem, Prevention, Microbiology
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Chiang, Chih-Yun; Huang, Hsin-Wei; Chen, Shao-Yen; Chen, Yun-An; Chang, Yuan-Mou; Huang, Hao-Jen – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2021
Volatile-mediated impacts of microbes on plants have aroused interest among scientists in the life science field. This study describes an inquiry-based laboratory module named "Microbial Talk", which related to microbial volatile-mediated communication, including the process of design, implementation, and assessment. First-year biology…
Descriptors: Authentic Learning, Active Learning, Inquiry, Science Experiments
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Simon, Uwe K. – American Biology Teacher, 2021
The current COVID-19 pandemic shows how little many people know about viruses. Yet apart from COVID-19, the world has observed epidemic spread of another SARS virus, of the Ebola virus, and of the Zika virus during the last two decades. The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is still one of the most dangerous viruses worldwide. Some types of the…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Microbiology, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
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Geden, Michael; Emerson, Andrew; Carpenter, Dan; Rowe, Jonathan; Azevedo, Roger; Lester, James – International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 2021
Game-based learning environments are designed to provide effective and engaging learning experiences for students. Predictive student models use trace data extracted from students' in-game learning behaviors to unobtrusively generate early assessments of student knowledge and skills, equipping game-based learning environments with the capacity to…
Descriptors: Game Based Learning, Middle School Students, Microbiology, Secondary School Science
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Roy, Brandon G.; Ryndock, Eric; Lappas, Courtney M. – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2021
The amplification of nucleic acids is a fundamental tool utilized in various scientific disciplines, including Molecular Biology, Immunology, Microbiology, and Genetics. However, due to the time and technology required for traditional polymerase chain reaction and its derivatives, it is not always possible to include such methodologies in…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, College Science, Science Laboratories, Laboratory Experiments
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Canagarajah, Suresh – International Journal of Multilingualism, 2021
This article takes the inquiry into semiotic repertoires beyond their classifications and inventories to analyse their interactions with each other and the way they gain indexicality in situated communication. As previous theorisation suggests that semiotic repertoires are deployed by agentive individuals, this article draws from New Materialism…
Descriptors: Sociolinguistics, Multilingualism, Interaction Process Analysis, Semiotics
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Saniyyah, Uswatul Wadhichatis; Hayati, Nur; Hidayat, Saifullah – Journal of Biological Education Indonesia (Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia), 2021
The limitations of bacterial visualization media make bacteria consider as abstract and difficult material to study. Furthermore, the implementation of bacteria material and the integration of Islamic values are difficult to teach. This research aimed at developing and validating the BSB (Bacterial Set Box) media containing "fiqh al…
Descriptors: Islam, Biology, Science Instruction, Public Schools
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Matuk, Camillia; Hurwich, Talia; Spiegel, Amy; Diamond, Judy – Research in Science Education, 2021
Equitable learning opportunities are critical to the goals of science education. However, major curriculum standards are vague on how to achieve equity goals, and educators must often develop their own resources and strategies to achieve equity goals. This study examines how educators used a comic book series designed to interest youth in virology…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Cartoons, Science Instruction, Science Education
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Corredor, Javier; Sanchez-Mora, Johanna; Bustamante-Barreto, Andry – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2021
This article explores why certain types of conversations are effective to develop disciplinary knowledge during video game play while others are not. In particular, we analyze conversations among students playing an educational video game that focuses on the process of viral replication. To do so, we use an emergent qualitative coding strategy. In…
Descriptors: Video Games, Play, Educational Games, Microbiology
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Syeda, Rowshonara; Touboul Lundgren, Pia; Kasza, Gyula; Truninger, Monica; Brown, Carla; Lacroix-Hugues, Virginie; Izsó, Tekla; Teixeira, Paula; Eley, Charlotte; Ferré, Noémie; Kunszabo, Atilla; Nunes, Cristina; Hayes, Catherine; Gennimata, Dimitra; Szakos, Dávid; McNulty, Cliodna Ann Miriam – Education Sciences, 2021
Foodborne diseases are a global burden, are preventable, and young people are a key population for behaviour change as they gain autonomy. This study aimed to explore young people's needs across several European countries in relation to learning about and implementing food hygiene and food safety. Qualitative focus groups and interviews were…
Descriptors: Food, Hygiene, Safety, Diseases
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