Teaching evolution: Designing successful instruction
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This article received the “Implications of Research for Educational Practice” award at the 1994 meeting of the Association for the Education of Teachers in Science. The award is made possible by Carolina Biologicla Supply. The article was published in The American Biology Teacher, November/December 1993, pp. 481–486, and is reprinted with their permission.
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- Teaching evolution: Designing successful instruction
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