It’s Personal: Biology Instructors Prioritize Personal Evidence over Empirical Evidence in Teaching Decisions

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Despite many calls for undergraduate biology instructors to incorporate active learning into lecture courses, few studies have focused on what it takes for instructors to make this change. We sought to investigate the process of adopting and sustaining active-learning instruction. As a framework for our research, we used the innovation-decision model, a… (More)
DOI: 10.1187/cbe.14-05-0084

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@inproceedings{Andrews2015ItsPB, title={It’s Personal: Biology Instructors Prioritize Personal Evidence over Empirical Evidence in Teaching Decisions}, author={Tessa C. Andrews and P. P. Lemons}, booktitle={CBE life sciences education}, year={2015} }