AACR Publications

We are pleased to share with you some of our academic publications and other recent efforts to disseminate important developments and research to the broader community. Some publications may be downloadable directly from us, while others may be accessed through the Journal publisher provided in the links. Please feel free to contact the author(s) if you have specific questions about any of the work listed here.

2015

Ha, M., & Nehm, R. H.. (2015). Exploring students' evolutionary explanations across natural, sexual, and artificial selection secenarios. In NARST 2015 Annual International Conference. presented at the 04/2015.
Ha, M., & Nehm, R. H.. (2015). Assessment item "Cover Stories", semantic similarity and successful computerized scoring of open-ended text. In NARST 2015 Annual International Conference. presented at the 04/2015.
Carter, K., & Prevost, L.. (2015). Assessing student understanding of core principle structure and function. In Society for Advancement of Biology Education Research Annual Meeting.
Crumbs, T., McCourt, J. S., & Lemons, P. P.. (2015). Analysis of Teachers' Thinking about Pedagogical Practices in College Biology Courses. In University of Georgia Research Experiences for Undergraduates Poster Session.
Ha, M., Baldwin, B., & Nehm, R. H.. (2015). The long-term impacts of short-term professional development: science teachers and evolution. Evolution Education and Outreach, 8, 23. doi:doi:10.1186/s12052-015-0040-9
Kaplan, J. J. (2015). Everyone Knows What a Histogram Is: Or Do They?. In Department of Statistics, University of Auckland, Invited Seminar.
Knight, J. K. K. (2015). Changing learning by using student ideas to drive instruction. In University of Colorado, Internal Faculty Seminar.
Knight, J. K. K. (2015). Changing learning by using student ideas to drive instruction. In University of Georgia, Invited Faculty Seminar.
Lemons, P. P. (2015). Designing Research-Based Learning Environments for Students and Faculty. In Department of Education and Professional Studies, Science and Technology Education Group, King's College, Invited Talk.
Mazur, A., Moscarella, R. A., Urban-Lurain, M., & Merrill, J.. (2015). Student writing reveals misconceptions in the Central Dogma of Biology. In The Mid-Michigan Symposium for Undergraduate Research Experiences.

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation (DUE grants: 1438739, 1323162, 1347740, 0736952 and 1022653). Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.