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Presentations for Session 36

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Tuesday, July 28th
8:00 am to 12:00 pm · Superior A/Cliff Lodge - Level C
Session 36: Contributed Papers: Teaching Section
Presiding: Stokes S. Baker, University of Detroit Mercy
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36001July 28th 8:00 amA Computer Analysis of Sir David Attenborough's Botany Teaching Strategy
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Teaching SectionOral PaperWandersee, James H.; Clary, Renee M..visual perception of plants
text analysis
visual analysis
botany teaching
public understanding
time-lapse photography
36002July 28th 8:15 amA Study of World Newspaper Coverage of Two 21st-Century Global Seed Banks and the Erroneous Scientific Ideas Fostered by the Popular Press’ Misnomer: Doomsday Vault
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Teaching SectionOral PaperWandersee, James H.; Clary, Renee M..seed bank 
content analysis
National Science Education Standards
Doomsday Vault
seed science exhibits
world newspapers
plant germplasm
36003July 28th 8:30 amUsing the healing power of plants to forge interdisciplinary connections
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Teaching SectionOral PaperBrown, Beverly J.; Seshadri, Sandhya; Durant-Jones, Lisa; Callari, Stephanie; Hyland, Megan; Zumbo, Jessica.education
horticulture
36004July 28th 8:45 amA “Core” Partnerships Model for Pre-service Teacher Education & In-service Teacher Professional Development: Plants in the elementary curriculum
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Teaching SectionOral PaperGerber, D. Timothy.teacher training
Teacher-scientist partnership
36005July 28th 9:00 amIntegrating Botany and Ecology in K-12 Curricula for Stimulating Interest in Science
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Teaching SectionOral PaperRao, Sujaya; Halse, Richard.K-12
inquiry-based projects
36006July 28th 9:15 amBiofuels curriculum for high school students
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Teaching SectionOral PaperBaker, Stokes S..biofuels
cellulosic ethanol
K12
partnership
Ford Partnership for Advanced Studies
Calorimeter
36007July 28th 9:30 amPlastic soda bottles as shade enclosures to study seedling development
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Teaching SectionOral PaperLee, David.spectral quality
shade
plant development
light
36July 28th 9:45 amBreak
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Teaching Section
36008July 28th 10:15 amCreating a Context for Reading Assigned Papers in Botany
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Teaching SectionOral PaperHazelwood, Donna.teaching
36009July 28th 10:30 amLearning Outcomes From Requiring and Evaluating Science Textbook Annotation: The Polymath System
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Teaching SectionOral PaperWandersee, James H.; Clary, Renee M..Polymath System
textbook annotation
learning outcomes
college biology
reflective practice
reading comprehension
36010July 28th 10:45 amOut-of-class study group usage in an introductory undergraduate biology course
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Teaching SectionOral PaperRybczynski, Stephen M.; Schussler, Elisabeth E..Collaborative Learning
Science Education
undergraduate biology instruction
36011July 28th 11:00 amDigital GFP expression assays are an effective tool for teaching quantitative experimental skills in first-year undergraduates
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Teaching SectionOral PaperBaker, Stokes S..green fluorescent protein
Inquiry
Single reflex lens camera
Digital images
Undergraduates
cor15a
ADH
Arabidopsis thaliana
scientific method
statistics
Epifluorescent
36012July 28th 11:15 amTeaching plant identification through effective homework
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Teaching SectionOral PaperKirchoff, Bruce K..teaching
education
plant identification
software
woody plants
visual perception of plants
botany teaching
visual analysis
pedagogy
plant blindness
systematics
Woody Plants of the Southeastern United States
36013July 28th 11:30 amWhere are the botanical and fungal case studies?
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Teaching SectionOral PaperGibson, Phil.botany teaching
case study teaching
science teaching
36July 28th 11:45 amDiscussion
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Teaching SectionDiscussion Session

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