PS 12 - Education

Tuesday, August 9, 2016: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
ESA Exhibit Hall, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
 SEEDS: Celebrating 20 years of diversity in ecology
Frederick Abbott, Ecological Society of America
 An historical timeline of ESA’s efforts to promote ecological literacy and enhance human diversity among ecologists
Laura Solomon, Wilkes University; Kenneth M. Klemow, Wilkes University; Carmen R. Cid, Eastern Connecticut State University; Julie A. Reynolds, Duke University; Teresa Mourad, Ecological Society of America
 Enhancing student learning in undergraduate ecology courses through EcoEdDL
Kenneth M. Klemow, Wilkes University; Kathleen L. Shea, St. Olaf College; Teresa Mourad, Ecological Society of America
 Service learning: A plant ecology course case study
Justin A. Compton, Springfield College
 The Granville Schools Land Lab: A K-12/college/government teaching and research collaboration
James A. Reding, Granville High School; Geoffrey R. Smith, Denison University; Jessica E. Rettig, Denison University; Rebecca N. Homan, Denison University; Douglas J. Spieles, Denison University; Tom D. Schultz, Denison University; Andrew C. McCall, Denison University; Brent Sodergren, US Fish and Wildlife Service
 Student driven monitoring and assessment of the anthropocentric effects on the Millbrook watershed
Samantha E. Gigliotti, County College of Morris; Joseph Mele, County College of Morris; Wallace Butler, County College of Morris; Reeves Geraghty, County College of Morris; Dennis Daly, County College of Morris; Janaka DeSilva, County College of Morris; Dorothy Artale, County College of Morris
 The mismatch between current statistical practice and statisical training in ecology
Justin C. Touchon, Vassar College; Michael McCoy, East Carolina University
 Comparison of peer- versus instructor-driven activities on undergraduate student engagement in a large introductory biology class
Melissa Chipman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Benjamin F. Clegg, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 Confronting the challenges of bringing research data into undergraduate classrooms using online faculty mentoring networks
Arietta E. Fleming-Davies, University of Chicago; Gabriela Hamerlinck, BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium; Alison Hale, University of Pittsburgh; Tom A. Langen, Clarkson University; Teresa Mourad, Ecological Society of America; Kristin Jenkins, BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium; Sam Donovan, University of Pittsburgh
 National parks and America’s scientific heritage
Timothy Watkins, National Park Service; Jill Baron, US Geological Survey; Noel B. Pavlovic, U.S. Geological Survey
 The importance of engaging ecology students in first-hand classroom experiences with NGSS
Stephanie C. Tubman, Michigan Technological University; Brenda G. Bergman, Michigan Technological University; Jacqueline E. Huntoon, Michigan Technological University; Christopher Wojick, Michigan Technological University; Joshua C. Davis, Michigan Technological University; Anthony D. Matthys, Michigan Technological University
 Plasticine caterpillar predation experiment: Engaging high school students using scientific research methods
Wendy Leuenberger, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry; Jacquelyn Wilson, Hubbard Brook Research Foundation; Estefania Larsen, Millard South High School; Jacob Leuenberger, Johnson-Brock Public School; Dylan Parry, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
 Experimental ecology and evolution in the field: A unique course for upper-level undergraduates and instructors
Kara A. Moore, University of California, Davis; Ash Zemenick, University of California, Davis
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