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National Meeting 2017
SABER West 2017
Future SABER meetings
Jobs & Positions in Science Ed
Graduate Programs in BER
Graduate Programs recruiting
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
DBER-STEM list serves
Meetings of Interest in 2017
Carl Weiman Science Education Initiative at UC Boulder
teaching resources including videos
UW Biology Education Research Group- Teaching Resources
videos on active learning
developed byUCSF and HHMI
Scientific Teaching Series- Active Learning Modules
- HHMI teaching resources
Inventing with Contrasting Cases
shows better transfer of core ideas
Schwartz Learning Lab at Stanford
Blog on Peer TAs
Faculty Development resources.
HHMI Summer Institute on Biology Education-
web site for articles on the process of how physics faculty come to adopt new pedagogical methods
Introductory Biology Project.
- Gordon Uno
Quantifying Biology in the Classroom:
(Bryan Drewsberry presented this at SABER 2013)
Episode 4 of the Confluence Interview series. Confluence: Where life and science meet (
), is an interview series where scientists from around the country discuss the intersection of their technical work and their life experiences that led to their professional choices. The interview is filmed in front of a student-only audience, and is part of the QBIC (Quantifying Biology In the Classroom;
) Program's approach to addressing student misconceptions with respect to identity, career choice, and scientific research in general. The interview series can be used in science classrooms as a prime for student reflection pieces etc. This episode features Dr. M. Willy Lensch from Harvard University Stem Cell Institute.
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