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Banet, E. and Ayuso, E. (2000). Teaching genetics at secondary school: a strategy for teaching about the location of inheritance information. Science Education, 84, 313-351.
Nelson, C.E.  (2012).  Why don¹t undergraduates really "get" evolution? What can faculty do? In Karl S. Rosengren et al. (Eds)  Evolution challenges: integrating research and practice in teaching and learning about evolution. Oxford University Press, New York.
Nehm, R.H. and Reilly, L. (2007). Biology majors' knowledge and misconceptions of natural selection. Bioscience, 57(3):263-272.

Nehm, R.H. and Schonfeld, I. (2007). Does increasing biology teacher knowledge about evolution and the nature of science lead to greater advocacy for teaching evolution in schools? Journal of Science Teacher Education, 18(5) 699-723.
Smith, M.U. (2010b). Current status of research in teaching and learning evolution: II. Pedagogical issues. Science & Education, 19, 539­571.

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      Subject: Biology

      1. Plants make food using sunlight vs plants absorb food from the soil.
      2. Plants fundamentally act like animals so must consume food from the environment vs photosynthesis as production

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      Carlsson B (2002) Ecological understanding 1: ways of experiencing photosynthesis. International Journal of Science Education, 24(7): 681-699.

      Kinchin I M (2000) Confronting problems presented by photosynthesis. School Science Review, 297, 81: 69-75.

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          Subject: Biology

          This was a level 3 OU Biology module that students really struggled to grasp.

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              Subject: Biology | Country: United Kingdom

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              Subject: Biology | Country: United Kingdom