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Willmott, Christopher J. R.; Wellens, Jane – Journal of Biological Education, 2004
There is growing awareness of the need to equip students to think through the ethical implications of developments in biology. We describe an exercise in which students work in teams to produce websites about current controversial issues within the subject. Participants report a significant improvement in their knowledge of bioethics and…
Descriptors: Controversial Issues (Course Content), Ethics, Biology, Web Sites
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Katayama, Nobuyasu; Kanaizuka, Yasuhiro; Sudarmi, Rini; Yokohama, Yasutsugu – Journal of Biological Education, 2003
The method for extracting and separating hydrophobic photosynthetic pigments proposed by Katayama "et al." ("Japanese Journal of Phycology," 42, 71-77, 1994) has been improved to introduce it to student laboratories at the senior high school level. Silica gel powder was used for removing water from fresh materials prior to…
Descriptors: High Schools, Chemistry, Laboratories, Botany