Science Education

Decoding Ice: A Novel and Economical Method by which Non-Science Majors/Secondary Students Measure the Atmospheric CO2 of Ea

Author(s) Rus Higley Faculty Mentor(s) Abstract Global Climate Change tends to be incompletely understood or misunderstood by non-scientists, and effectively teaching about this phenomenon is a concern of educators at the secondary level and at the non-science major undergraduate level. One key idea is that… Read More »Decoding Ice: A Novel and Economical Method by which Non-Science Majors/Secondary Students Measure the Atmospheric CO2 of Ea

Undergraduate students’ beliefs about science teaching and learning.

Author(s) Matthew Changar Faculty Mentor(s) Anne Egger (Science Education), Devarati Bhattacharya (Science Education), Leighanna Hinojosa (Science Education) Abstract Teaching with Investigation and Design in Science (TIDeS) is an NSF-funded education research project focused on: 1) Engaging and supporting undergraduate faculty in developing, testing and implementing… Read More »Undergraduate students’ beliefs about science teaching and learning.