PS 63
Education: Research And Assessment

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Ten years of student gains from undergraduate research at the Harvard Forest Summer Research Program in Ecology
Manisha V. Patel, Harvard University; Brad Rose, Brad Rose Consulting; Aaron M. Ellison, Harvard University
 Teaching ecology through creative writing: An assessment of an innovative, interdisciplinary course
David R. Bowne, Elizabethtown College; Matthew G. Skillen, Elizabethtown College
 Biodiversity literacy: Using learning progression frameworks for community ecology and evolution to explore student explanations of species conservation over broad bands of time (grade 7-12 and undergraduate students)
Ashley R. Alred, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Laurel M. Hartley, University of Colorado Denver; Jennifer H. Doherty, University of Washington; Jenny M. Dauer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 Comparing student and professional attitudes toward advocacy in science
Brian A. Crawford, University of Georgia; Dave W. Kramer, University of Georgia; Joseph W. Hinton, University of Georgia
 Selective student placement improves student outcomes in an introductory biology course
David J. Grisé, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi; Brianna L. Adams, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi; Savannah E. Wilkinson, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi; Morgan S. Sobol, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
 ESA SEEDS mentors: The benefits of mentoring
Teresa Mourad, Ecological Society of America; Mark W. Brunson, Utah State University; Amy McNulty, Formative Evaluation and Research Associates; Karin Tice, Formative Evaluation Research Associates (FERA); Desiree Liwosz, Formative Evaluation Research Associates (FERA); Frederick Abbott, Ecological Society of America
 Can constructing ecosystems teach Earth's biosphere properties?
Frieda B. Taub, University of Washington; Christina H. Tran, University of Washington; Anna K McLaskey, University of Washington
 The power of long-term observation: Does Nature’s Notebook cultivate long-term participation in phenology monitoring?
LoriAnne Barnett, USA National Phenology Network; Theresa M. Crimmins, USA National Phenology Network; Erin E. Posthumus, USA National Phenology Network; Sara Schaffer, USA National Phenology Network
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