Sehoya Cotner
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A delicate balance: integrating active learning into a large lecture course
JD Walker, SH Cotner, PM Baepler, MD Decker
CBE—Life Sciences Education 7 (4), 361-367, 2008
1942008
" It's Not You, It's the Room"—Are the High-Tech, Active Learning Classrooms Worth It?
S Cotner, J Loper, JD Walker, DC Brooks
Journal of College Science Teaching 42 (6), 82-88, 2013
1302013
" It's Not You, It's the Room"—Are the High-Tech, Active Learning Classrooms Worth It?
S Cotner, J Loper, JD Walker, DC Brooks
Journal of College Science Teaching 42 (6), 82-88, 2013
1302013
Rapid feedback assessment methods: Can we improve engagement and preparation for exams in large-enrollment courses?
SH Cotner, BA Fall, SM Wick, JD Walker, PM Baepler
Journal of Science Education and Technology 17 (5), 437-443, 2008
862008
The creationist down the hall: does it matter when teachers teach creationism?
R Moore, S Cotner
BioScience 59 (5), 429-435, 2009
652009
The relation of high school biology courses & students' religious beliefs to college students' knowledge of evolution
R Moore, C Brooks, S Cotner
The American Biology Teacher 73 (4), 222-226, 2011
612011
Ecological facilitation may drive major evolutionary transitions
Z Kikvidze, RM Callaway
BioScience 59 (5), 399-404, 2009
532009
Instructor gender and student confidence in the sciences: A need for more role models?
S Cotner, C Ballen, DC Brooks, R Moore
Journal of College Science Teaching 40 (5), 2011
502011
IS THE AGE OF THE EARTH ONE OF OUR" SOREST TROUBLES?" STUDENTS'PERCEPTIONS ABOUT DEEP TIME AFFECT THEIR ACCEPTANCE OF EVOLUTIONARY THEORY
S Cotner, DC Brooks, R Moore
Evolution 64 (3), 858-864, 2010
422010
Vodcasts and captures: Using multimedia to improve student learning in introductory biology
JD Walker, S Cotner, N Beermann
Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 20 (1), 97-111, 2011
412011
The influence of religion and high school biology courses on students' knowledge of evolution when they enter college.
R Moore, S Cotner, A Bates
Journal of Effective Teaching 9 (2), 4-12, 2009
352009
Exams disadvantage women in introductory biology
CJ Ballen, S Salehi, S Cotner
PLoS One 12 (10), e0186419, 2017
332017
A call to develop course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs) for nonmajors courses
CJ Ballen, JE Blum, S Brownell, S Hebert, J Hewlett, JR Klein, ...
CBE—Life Sciences Education 16 (2), mr2, 2017
322017
Educational malpractice: the impact of including creationism in high school biology courses
R Moore, S Cotner
Evolution: Education and Outreach 2 (1), 95, 2009
322009
Chronology of the evolution-creationism controversy
R Moore, M Decker, SH Cotner
ABC-CLIO, 2009
312009
Rejecting Darwin: the occurrence & impact of creationism in high school biology classrooms
R Moore, S Cotner
The American Biology Teacher 71 (2), 2009
292009
Minimal impact of organic chemistry prerequisite on student performance in introductory biochemistry
R Wright, S Cotner, A Winkel
CBE—Life Sciences Education 8 (1), 44-54, 2009
272009
Scratch this! The IF-AT as a technique for stimulating group discussion and exposing misconceptions
S Cotner, P Baepler, A Kellerman
Journal of College Science Teaching 37 (4), 48, 2008
262008
Do Biology Majors Really Differ from Non–STEM Majors?
S Cotner, S Thompson, R Wright
CBE—Life Sciences Education 16 (3), ar48, 2017
242017
Can mixed assessment methods make biology classes more equitable?
S Cotner, CJ Ballen
PLoS One 12 (12), e0189610, 2017
232017
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