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Supporting Scientific Practice through Model-Based Inquiry: A Students'-Eye View of Grappling with Data, Uncertainty, and Community in a Laboratory Experience.

Molly S Bolger, Jordan B Osness, Julia S Gouvea, Alexandra C Cooper,

Modeling is a scientific practice that supports creative reasoning, motivates inquiry, and facilitates community sense-making. This paper explores students' perspectives on modeling in an undergraduate laboratory course, Authentic Inquiry through Modeling (AIM-Bio), in which they proposed, tested, and revised their own models. We conducted comparative case studies of eight students ... Read more >>

CBE Life Sci Educ (CBE life sciences education)
[2021, 20(4):ar59]

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Teaching Assistant Attention and Responsiveness to Student Reasoning in Written Work.

Cynthia F C Hill, Julia S Gouvea, David Hammer,

Instructors communicate what they value about students' written work through their comments and feedback, and this feedback has the potential to direct how students approach writing assignments. In this study, we examined how graduate student teaching assistants (TAs) attended and responded to students' written lab reports in an introductory biology ... Read more >>

CBE Life Sci Educ (CBE life sciences education)
[2018, 17(2):ar25]

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Challenging Cognitive Construals: A Dynamic Alternative to Stable Misconceptions.

Julia S Gouvea, Matt R Simon,

In biology education research, it has been common to model cognition in terms of relatively stable knowledge structures (e.g., mental models, alternative frameworks, deeply held misconceptions). For example, John D. Coley and Kimberley D. Tanner recently proposed that many student difficulties in biology stem from underlying cognitive frameworks called cognitive ... Read more >>

CBE Life Sci Educ (CBE life sciences education)
[2018, 17(2):ar34]

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