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Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Biology Teaching in Slovenian Secondary Schools.
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About two-thirds of Slovene secondary schools received computers equipped with dataloggers and sensors to be used in teaching Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Expand
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Differences between prospective, existing, and former users of interactive whiteboards on external factors affecting their adoption, usage and abandonment
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An introduction of an innovative technology such as interactive whiteboard (IWB) in classrooms offers new opportunities for improving educational practices. Expand
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Attributes of digital natives as predictors of information literacy in higher education
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Digital natives are not necessarily information literate, and that IL should be promoted with hands-on and minds-on courses based on IL standards. Expand
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Connecting Biology and Mathematics: First Prepare the Teachers
  • Andrej Sorgo
  • Biology, Computer Science
  • CBE life sciences education
  • 21 September 2010
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A model of pedagogical mathematical biological content knowledge as a feasible starting point for connecting biology and mathematics in schools and universities. Expand
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Development, testing, and validation of an information literacy test (ILT) for higher education
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A new information literacy test (ILT) for higher education was developed, tested, and validated. Expand
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From municipal/industrial wastewater sludge and FOG to fertilizer: A proposal for economic sustainable sludge management.
After a ban on the depositing of untreated sludge in landfills, the sludge from municipal and industrial water-treatment plants can be regarded as a problem. Waste products of the water treatmentExpand
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Chryseobacterium limigenitum sp. nov., isolated from dehydrated sludge
An intense yellow pigmented strain (SUR2T) isolated from dehydrated activated sludge was studied in detail to clarify its taxonomic assignment. Cells of the isolate showed a rod-shaped morphology andExpand
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Knowlege of, attitudes toward, and acceptance of genetically modified organisms among prospective teachers of biology, home economics, and grade school in Slovenia
The objective of this study was to investigate knowledge, opinions, and attitudes toward, as well as readiness to accept genetically modified organisms (GMOs) among prospective primary and secondaryExpand
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COMPARISON BETWEEN A REAL FIELD TRIP AND A VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP IN A NATURE PRESERVE: KNOWLEDGE GAINED IN BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
In the present day, the lifestyle is becoming increasingly dynamic and the changes have also affected the field of education. On the one hand, in the time of a widespread crisis the educationalExpand
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