Evolution vs. creationism in the classroom: evolving student attitudes.


The August 2008 issue of Integrative and Comparative Biology has the following papers in a special section entitled Evolution vs. creationism in the classroom: evolving student attitudes.

Teaching evolution: challenging religious preconceptions
by Eric C. Lovely and Linda C. Kondrick

Trickle-down evolution: an approach to getting major evolutionary adaptive changes into textbooks and curricula
by Kevin Padian

Still creationism after all these years: understanding and counteracting intelligent design
by Barbara Forrest

Thomism and science education: history informs a modern debate
by Linda C. Kondrick

Teaching evolution (and all of biology) more effectively: strategies for engagement, critical reasoning, and confronting misconceptions
by Craig E. Nelson

Curricular reform and inquiry teaching in biology: where are our efforts most fruitfully invested?
by Brianna E. Timmerman, Denise C. Strickland, and Susan M. Cartsensen


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