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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
400“Growing” student mindsets and study strategies in teaching upper-division plant science classesEducation and Outreach Gilland, Keith; Little, Amanda.Study strategies
Active Learning
208Actively Engaging Student Visitors to HerbariaEducation and Outreach Schenk, John; Mowbray, Rachel; Evans, Colleen; Glaze, Amanda.teaching
Science education
Pedagogy
Active Learning
Discovery learning
herbarium
Outreach
317A Hands-on Approach to Teaching Online/Distance Education Non-Majors Botany LaboratoryEducation and Outreach Montgomery, Benjamin.Science education
Distance education
Online education
non-majors botany
310A test of the effectiveness of new laboratory exercises targeting understanding of phylogenetic analysis and trophic interactionsEducation and Outreach Ivey, Christopher.teaching
QUBES
Phylogenetics
Trophic interactions
Science education
973BotanyDepot – a new depository for free teaching resources for informal and formal botanical educationEducation and Outreach Struwe, Lena.
972Building Standards and Developing Resources to Promote Biodiversity Literacy in Undergraduate Education (BLUE)Education and Outreach MONFILS , ANNA K; Ellwood, Elizabeth; Douglas, Natalie; Linton, Debra; Phillips, Molly; White, Lisa.
181Drawing on a scientific legacy: repurposing discarded herbarium specimens as artEducation and Outreach Wendland, Amy; McCauley, Ross.Herbaria
Botanical Art
903Eastern Washington University Palouse Prairie Region RestorationEducation and Outreach Budsberg, Erik; O'Quinn, Robin; Bastow, Justin; Merg, Kurt.Palouse Praire
Outreach
restoration
Science education
720How many critters can an island hold? Using digitized natural history collections to test real hypotheses about island biogeographyEducation and Outreach Kilgore, Jason Scott; Jordan, Carly; Krumm, Janice; Doan, Tiffany; Kaiser, Hinrich; Kim, Yungkul; Linton, Debra; Phillips, Molly; MONFILS , ANNA K; Ellwood, Libby.species diversity
digital data
analysis
spreadsheets
Arctos
teaching module
59Immersive Learning Experiences And Rural Networking at South Dakota State University (iLEARN@SDSTATE): A Professional Development Program for Science/Agriculture TeachersEducation and Outreach Nepal, Madhav; Andersen, Ethan; Bowning , Larry B.; Edwards, Laura; Miller, Matthew L.; White, P. Troy.Climate Change Science
Rural Networking
Teacher Shortage
Teaching Touchy Topic
Faculty-teacher collaboration
Speed dating model of scientist-teacher interaction
Professional Development for Teachers
Immersive Workshop
NIFA PD-STEP Program
789Integrating Plant Sciences into ReBUILD Detroit ProgramEducation and Outreach Baker, Stokes S..Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity
NIH BUID
Metagenomics
Mentoring
763Lights, camera, botany: The "Plants are Cool, Too!" YouTube seriesEducation and Outreach Martine, Christopher; Frederick, Paul; Kramer, Tim.scicomm
science communication
Outreach
video
education
STEM
media
teaching
363Medicinal Plants for College Freshmen’s CUREsEducation and Outreach Nepal, Madhav; York, Dakota.Scientific Teaching
Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences
Creating Interests about Plants
Vision and Change Recommendations
CUREs
772Natural Collaborations: Natural History Collections and Interdisciplinary Learning OpportunitiesEducation and Outreach Link-Perez, Melanie; Marshall, Christopher; Konstantinidis, Peter; Baden, Evan; Pflugfelder, Ehren.herbarium
education
curriculum
Outreach
interdisciplinary
368Progress in Building a Biodiversity Program in SomalilandEducation and Outreach Barkworth, Mary; Awale, Ahmed Ibrahim; Gelle, Faisal Jama; Pickering, Helen; Warsame, Mohamud Ahmed.Somaliland
floristics
education
development
biodiversity
814Science outreach through college radio: Inspiration Dissemination, a case studyEducation and Outreach Finch, Kristen; Lutes, Lauri.radio
talk show
Research
graduate students
community
listerners
audience
showcase
science communication
podcast
blog
story telling
365Show me the way: Future faculty prefer directive feedback when trying active learning approachesEducation and Outreach Stephens, Jessica; Battle , David; Gormally, Cara; Brickman, Peggy.Graduate student teaching training
919Southeastern Botany Hub: Toward a centralized, integrated network of botanists working on the flora of the southeastern USEducation and Outreach Crowl, Andrew; Manos, Paul; Weakley, Alan; Krings, Alexander.Southeast
Website
Research portal
298Student led research in the Botanical Society of America Planting Science programEducation and Outreach Maricle, Keri.photosynthesis
776Teaching the Tree of Life I: Using animated movie and projection to teach the treeEducation and Outreach Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Palmea S.; Guralnick, Rob.animation
biodiversity
projection art
777Teaching the Tree of Life II: Viewing an animated movie on the tree of life, TreeTenderEducation and Outreach Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Palmea S.; Guralnick, Rob.animation
biodiversity
Outreach
843Teaching Undergraduate Students Scanning Electron Microscopy Techniques Utilizing Botanical Garden CollectionsEducation and Outreach Sidoti, Brian; Oberle, Brad.scanning electron microscopy
Bromeliaceae
Dodecatheon
Morphometrics
education
768The New York City EcoFlora Project: Connecting Urban People and NatureEducation and Outreach Boom, Brian.urban flora
iNaturalist
971Towards a Diverse 21st Century Workforce in Biodiversity Science: A Series of WorkshopsEducation and Outreach MONFILS , ANNA K; Ellwood, Elizabeth; Hogue, Gabriela; Nazaire, Mare; Phillips, Molly; Nelson, Gil.
947"Wait, plants have insides?" Leading an undergraduate plant anatomy class from basics to independent research in one semesterEducation and Outreach Waselkov, Katherine.anatomy
teaching
Ecology
undergraduate research
324What is working and what isn't while teaching high enrollment botany course to American studentsEducation and Outreach Nepal, Madhav.Active Learning
Challenges
Rewards
Generation Y, X and Z
Instructional technology
Pedagogy progression
Teaching effectiveness
International perspectives

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