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Do you need to name the scientists in intro biology?
Meghan Duffy on the terrific blog Dynamic Ecology asks whether we can’t just teach the concepts and not worry about the researchers. After all, there are so many things we have figured out in biology that really don’t need to … Continue reading
Posted in Teaching, The joy of teaching, Undergraduates Tagged concepts, discovery, inspiration, science, scientific process, STEM, teaching 3 Comments