The Creationist Down the Hall: Does It Matter When Teachers Teach Creationism?

@inproceedings{Moore2009TheCD,
  title={The Creationist Down the Hall: Does It Matter When Teachers Teach Creationism?},
  author={R. Moore and S. Cotner},
  year={2009}
}
  • R. Moore, S. Cotner
  • Published 2009
  • Biology
  • The responses of biology majors in their first year of college differed significantly from those of first-year non-biology majors on only 3 of the 20 items on the Measure of Acceptance of the Theory of Evolution survey instrument. Despite these differences, and regardless of whether students were or were not biology majors, several findings from the survey stand out: (a) surprisingly high percentages of students accepted creationism-based claims, (b) students' views of evolution and creationism… CONTINUE READING
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