Sarah Miller Lauffer

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473 EDUCATIONFORUM I n research universities and colleges, men-toring is one of the most important skills for faculty because it affects both research productivity and the quality of training for undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-doctoral researchers. Moreover, the diversity of science is dependent on the quality of mentored research,(More)
S ince publication of the AAAS 1989 report " Science for all Americans " (1), commissions, panels, and working groups have agreed that reform in science education should be founded on " scientific teaching, " in which teaching is approached with the same rigor as science at its best (2). Scientific teaching involves active learning strategies to engage(More)
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