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  1. Research article

    Development and evaluation of a model for secondary evolution educators’ professional development needs

    Professional development (PD) efforts have improved acceptance and pedagogical practice related to the theory of evolution in high school biology teachers. However, these teachers express need for more PD rela...

    William L Romine, Ellen Barnett, Patricia J Friedrichsen and Aaron J Sickel

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2014 7:27

    Published on: 5 November 2014

  2. Research article

    The relative importance of religion and education on university students’ views of evolution in the Deep South and state science standards across the United States

    There is a negative relationship between education and religiosity and a positive relationship between education and acceptance of evolution, but how this manifests in college students who differ in degree of ...

    Leslie J Rissler, Sarah I Duncan and Nicholas M Caruso

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2014 7:24

    Published on: 15 October 2014

  3. Research article

    Predictors of evolution acceptance in a museum population

    Studies of the U.S. general public have demonstrated that acceptance of evolution is a function of both religion and education. To test if this is true of natural history museum patrons as well, we conducted a...

    Lindsay M Barone, Andrew J Petto and Benjamin C Campbell

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2014 7:23

    Published on: 9 October 2014

  4. Curriculum and Education

    Beyond memorization: an intermediate-level paleontology activity that integrates anatomy, ecology, and macroevolutionary theory using trilobites

    Here we present a stand-alone, upper level undergraduate laboratory exercise that integrates organismal ecology and evolutionary concepts and minimizes the need for student memorization. This laboratory seeks ...

    Michelle M Casey and Bruce S Lieberman

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2014 7:20

    Published on: 22 August 2014

  5. Overcoming obstacles to evolution education

    Going Ape: interview with Brandon Haught

    Brandon Haught, author of Going Ape: Florida’s Battles over Evolution in the Classroom, is interviewed about his book.

    Glenn Branch

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2014 7:14

    Published on: 6 June 2014

  6. Research Article

    Scientific consensus and social controversy: exploring relationships between students’ conceptions of the nature of science, biological evolution, and global climate change

    It is overwhelmingly acknowledged by the scientific community that evolution and global climate change (GCC) are undeniably supported by physical evidence. And yet, both topics remain politically contentious i...

    B Elijah Carter and Jason R Wiles

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2014 7:6

    Published on: 5 April 2014

  7. Research article

    Impact of pre-lab learning activities, a post-lab written report, and content reduction on evolution-based learning in an undergraduate plant biodiversity lab

    Commonplace biodiversity labs in introductory undergraduate biology typically emphasize declarative knowledge. We contend that shifting these labs to emphasize evolution, higher-order cognition, and science re...

    John M Basey, Anastasia P Maines, Clinton D Francis, Brett Melbourne, Sarah B Wise, Rebecca J Safran and Pieter TJ Johnson

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2014 7:10

    Published on: 1 April 2014

  8. Research article

    Teachers teaching misconceptions: a study of factors contributing to high school biology students’ acquisition of biological evolution-related misconceptions

    Research has revealed that high school students matriculate to college holding misconceptions related to biological evolution. These misconceptions interfere with students’ abilities to grasp accurate scientif...

    Tony B Yates and Edmund A Marek

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2014 7:7

    Published on: 28 March 2014

  9. Overcoming obstacles to evolution education

    Old wine in new bottles

    Jeffrey P. Moran’s American Genesis examines the Scopes trial in particular and the antievolution movement in general through the prisms of gender, region, and race. The diversification, of both ideology and stra...

    Glenn Branch

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2013 6:32

    Published on: 25 November 2013


    The Never-Ending Story—The Origin and Diversification of Life

    As outlined in the introductory article “The Neverending Story—Using the Narrative as a Fundamental Approach to Teaching Biology and Beyond,” historical storytelling has the potential to add understanding and ...

    Marcus Kumala

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2010 6:278

    Published on: 2 November 2010

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