Hard-to-teach Biology Concepts

Hard-to-teach Biology Concepts

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This well-researched book provides a valuable instructional framework for high school biology teachers as they tackle five particularly challenging concepts in their classrooms, meiosis, photosynthesis, natural selection, proteins and genes, and environmental systems and human impact. The author counsels educators first to identify students' prior conceptions, especially misconceptions, related to the concept being taught, then to select teaching strategies that best dispel the misunderstandings and promote the greatest student learning. The book is not a prescribred set of lesson plans. Rather it presents a framework for lesson planning, shares appropriate approaches for developing student understanding, and provides opportunities to reflect and apply those approached to the five hard-to-teach topics. More than 300 teacher resources are listed.teacher review of learning logs, including two-column notes a€c analysis of tree maps for inclusion of key ideas ... Some students think a gene is a trait or that the DNa makes proteins (elrod n.d.). ... 30a€“52% of upper-division biology students and future science teachers do not recognize rNa as the product of transcription.


Title:Hard-to-teach Biology Concepts
Author: Susan Koba, Anne Tweed
Publisher:NSTA Press - 2009
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