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Journal of College Science Teaching
written by Katrina Roseler, Cassandra A. Paul, Mark Felton, and Cara Theisen
Although research findings support elevated learning outcomes for students who engage in active science learning, faculty members are still resistant to using these practices. In this article we describe the observable features found in 17 evidence-based, active, science instructional practices to address the discrepancy between the effectiveness of these practices and instructors' willingness to use them.
Journal of College Science Teaching: Volume 47, Issue 6, Pages 83 - 91
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Education - Applied Research
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Education - Basic Research
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© 2018 National Science Teachers Association
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faculty change, pedagogy, professional development
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K. Roseler, C. Paul, M. Felton, and C. Theisen, J. Coll. Sci. Teaching 47 (6), 83 (2018), WWW Document, (https://doi.org/10.2505/4/jcst18_047_06_83).
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K. Roseler, C. Paul, M. Felton, and C. Theisen, Observable Features of Active Science Education Practices, J. Coll. Sci. Teaching 47 (6), 83 (2018), <https://doi.org/10.2505/4/jcst18_047_06_83>.
APA Format
Roseler, K., Paul, C., Felton, M., & Theisen, C. (2018, July 1). Observable Features of Active Science Education Practices. J. Coll. Sci. Teaching, 47(6), 83 - 91. Retrieved December 14, 2019, from https://doi.org/10.2505/4/jcst18_047_06_83
Chicago Format
Roseler, K, C. Paul, M. Felton, and C. Theisen. "Observable Features of Active Science Education Practices." J. Coll. Sci. Teaching. 47, no. 6, (July 1, 2018): 83 - 91, https://doi.org/10.2505/4/jcst18_047_06_83 (accessed 14 December 2019).
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Roseler, Katrina, Cassandra Paul, Mark Felton, and Cara Theisen. "Observable Features of Active Science Education Practices." J. Coll. Sci. Teaching 47.6 (2018): 83 - 91. 14 Dec. 2019 <https://doi.org/10.2505/4/jcst18_047_06_83>.
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