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Chaplin, Susan B.; Hartung, Nancy Z. – Journal of College Science Teaching, 2012
A capstone to the biology introductory curriculum was developed with the specific goals of enhancing integration of course content, promoting development of oral presentation skills and critical reading and thinking skills, and introducing ecological principles omitted from the rest of the core. Classes of 12 to 16 students were team taught by…
Descriptors: Thinking Skills, Biology, Criticism, Feedback (Response)
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Desy, Elizabeth; Peterson, Scott; Brockman, Vicky – Journal of College Science Teaching, 2009
Attitudes toward science may develop as early as middle school and often differ between genders. Do these gender-based differences in attitude persist into the college years? In a survey of 376 university students, male students reported a stronger self-concept, more motivation, and more enjoyment of science than did female students, and female…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, College Students, Higher Education, Nonmajors