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A collection highlighting papers, presentations, and a book from the CWSEI and CU-SEI, including results of numerous research studies.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Item Type in Ascending order): 1 to 20 of 182
Item TypeTitleSubjectAuthor(s)Issue DateAccess
BookImproving how universities teach science: lessons from the science education initiativegeneral; SEICarl Wieman2017Publisher
PaperFacilitating Faculty Conversations: Development of Consensus Learning Goalsgeneral; learning goals; faculty discussionsRachel Pepper; Stephanie Chasteen; Steven Pollock; Katherine Perkins2012Publisher
PaperKeys to a Successful Student-Centered Classroom: Three Recommendationslife sciences; teaching methodsAnne Hoskinson-Marie; Nichole Barger; Andrew Martin2014Open
PaperLongitudinal Study of Student Attitudes in a Biology Programlife sciences; attitudes, beliefs, perceptionsMalin Hansen; Gulnur Birol2014Open
PaperConstructing a Multiple-choice Assessment for Upper-division Quantum Physics from an Open-ended Toolphysics and astronomy; assessmentHomeyra Sadaghiani; John Miller; Steven Pollock; Daniel Rehn2013Publisher
PaperIssues and Progress in Transforming a Middle-division Classical Mechanics/Math Methods Coursephysics and astronomy; course transformationSteven Pollock; Rachel Pepper; Alysia Marino2012Publisher
PaperComparing student, instructor, classroom and institutional data to evaluate a seven-year department-wide science education initiativeearth and ocean sciences; SEIFrancis Jones2018Publisher
PaperMultiple roles of assessment in upper-division physics course reformsgeneral; course transformation; assessmentSteven Pollock; Rachel Pepper; Stephanie Chasteen; Katherine Perkins2012Publisher
PaperTeaching More by Lecturing Lesslife sciences; teaching methodsJennifer Knight; William Wood2005Open
PaperComparative Cognitive Task Analyses of Experimental Science and Instructional Laboratory Coursesgeneral; laboratory; cognitive task analysisCarl Wieman2015Publisher
PaperDifferent but equal? How nonmajors and majors approach and learn geneticslife sciences; non-majors; comparing student groupsJennifer Knight; Michelle Smith2010Open
Paper"At the end of my course, students should be able to...": The benefits of creating and using effective learning goalsgeneral; learning goalsKatherine Perkins; Michelle Smith2010Publisher
PaperCoupled collaborative in-class activities and individual follow-up homework promote interactive engagement and improve student learning outcomes in a college-level Environmental Geology courseearth and ocean sciences; in-class activities; homework; student engagementLeilani Arthurs; Alexis Templeton2009Publisher
PaperQuantitative Comparisons to Promote Inquiry in the Introductory Physics Labphysics and astronomy; inquiry; laboratoryNatasha Holmes; Doug Bonn2015Publisher
PaperPedagogical transformations in the UBC CS science education initiativecomputer science; SEI; teaching methodsDonald Acton; Kimberly Voll; Steven Wolfman; Benjamin Yu2009Publisher
PaperMultiple-choice Assessment for Upper-division Electricity and Magnetismphysics and astronomyBethany Wilcox; Steven Pollock2013Publisher
PaperExaminations that support collaborative learning: The students' perspectivegeneral; assessment; attitudes, beliefs, perceptionsGeorg Rieger; Cynthia Heiner2014Publisher
PaperTransforming the advanced lab: Part I-Learning goalsphysics and astronomy; laboratory; course transformation; learning goalsBenjamin Zwickl; Noah Finkelstein; Heather Lewandowski2012Publisher
PaperThe Role of the Lecturer as Tutor: Doing What Effective Tutors Do in a Large Lecture Classlife sciences; teaching methods; large classWilliam Wood; Kimberly Tanner2012Open
PaperStatistics Clicks: Using Clickers in Introductory Statistics Coursesstatistics; clickersBruce Dunham2009Publisher
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