Links to my evolution education papers.

I’m currently at Evolution 2012 in Ottawa, having spoken at an education workshop on Friday. Various people at the meeting have told me that they’ve found my education papers very useful, so I thought I would put links to them all in one convenient location and then direct people there. So, here they are:

Gregory, T.R. (2008). Evolution as fact, theory, and path. Evolution: Education and Outreach 1: 46-52.

Gregory, T.R. (2008). Understanding evolutionary trees. Evolution: Education and Outreach 1: 121-137.

Gregory, T.R. (2009). Understanding natural selection: essential concepts and common misconceptions. Evolution: Education and Outreach 2: 156-175.

Gregory, T.R. (2008). The evolution of complex organs. Evolution: Education and Outreach 1: 358-389.

Gregory, T.R. (2009). Artificial selection and domestication: modern lessons from Darwin’s enduring analogy. Evolution: Education and Outreach 2: 5-27.

Gregory, T.R. (2008). Evolutionary trends. Evolution: Education and Outreach 1: 259-273.

Gregory, T.R. (2009). The argument from design: a guided tour of William Paley’s Natural Theology (1802). Evolution: Education and Outreach 2: 602-611.

Gregory, T.R. and C.A.J. Ellis (2009). Conceptions of evolution among science graduate students. BioScience 59: 792-799.

Also, here is a PowerPoint file with many of the figures used in the above papers, which you are welcome to use in lectures if you find them helpful.


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