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- Evolution Resources from the National Academies
- Understanding Evolution: Your One Stop Source for Information on Evolution
- * Understanding Evolution: Evolution Misconception Diagnostic
- * Understanding Evolution: Evolution Connections: Krebs Cycle
- * Understanding Evolution: Evolution Connections: Proteins, Carbohydrates, and Nucleic Acids
- Understanding Science: How Science Really Works
- * AIBS : Promoting Education (Evolution) Policy
- * FASEB Evolution Education Resources
- * NIH Findings Magazine: Evolution Issue
- * PBS (WGBH) website for Evolution Project
- * PBS (WGBH) NOVA website on Evolution
- * National Center for Science Education (NCSE)
- * Statements from Scientific and Scholarly Organizations
- * Human Evolution by the Smithsonian Institute
- Special Issue on Evolution and Medicine:
The December 2011 edition of Evolution: Education and Outreach (Vol. 4, No. 4) is a special issue devoted to evolution and medicine. Click here for a link to the special issue. Some articles are also available on the authors’ personal websites; those links are compiled here.
BOOKS AND REPORTS (free pdf downloads available for all)
- Science, Evolution, and Creationism
- Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science
- Evolution in Hawaii: A Supplement to Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science
- College Board AP Biology Curriculum Framework, 2012-2013 (PDF)
- HHMI Scientific Foundations for Future Physicians (PDF)
- Vision and Change in Undergraduate Biology Education Final Report
- * How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School
- * Evolutionary Science and Society: Educating a New Generation * Ch.12 in this volume by David Hillis: Health Applications of the Tree of Life
- JB Labov, AH Reid, and KR Yamamoto (2010) Integrated Biology and Undergraduate Science Education: A New Biology Education for the Twenty-First Century? CBE Life Sciences Education, vol 9, no.1, pp. 10-16.
- JB Labov, SR Singer, MD George, HA Schweingruber, ML Hilton (2009) Effective Practices in Undergraduate STEM Education Part 1: Examining the Evidence. CBE Life Sciences Education. Vol 8, 157-161
- Special Issue of PNAS: Evolution in Health and Medicine
- * Hillis, D. (2007) Making Evolution Relevant and Exciting to Biology Students. Evolution. Vol 61, Issue 6, pp.1261-1264. (PDF)
- * Special Issue of Biology International: Darwin 200: Evolution in Action
- * Jungck, JR (2010) Evolution in Action: Quantitative Evolutionary Biology Education Biology International. Vol. 47. pp. 121-137.
- *Nelson, C. 2007. Teaching Evolution Effectively: A Central Dilemma and Alternative Strategies. McGill Journal of Education, Vol 24 (2):265-283.
- * Nehm, RH and Reilly, L. 2007. Biology Major’s Knowledge and Misconceptions of Natural Selection. BioScience Vol. 57(3): 263-272. (PDF)
- Videotaped lectures on Evolution and Medicine from the Evolutionary Foundations for Medicine and Public Health course hosted by the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory in Maine (alternative link: https://my.mdibl.org/display/courses/Evolution+and+Medicine+-+Presentation+abstracts)
- * HHMI 2005 Holiday Lectures, Evolution: Constant Change and Common Threads
- * Videotaped Evolution and Medicine Lecture Series (NIH and National Academy of Sciences)