|Problem-Based Learning &
Scientific Inquiry in Introductory Biology
Teaching through Civic Engagement
PI - John S. Peters, College of Charleston, Department of Biology
Co-PI - Brian Scholtens, College of Charleston, Department of Biology
PBL Instructor Resource Library Index
(case studies, problems, videos, articles, activities, and
other resources) which can be used to to facilitate the teaching of
introductory non-majors biology using Problem or Case Studies Based
College of Charleton faculty - Any of the resources that are not hot-linked on the resource pages can be found in the cabinet outside Rm. 207 SCIC.
Note that the "Teaching Notes" pages that are provided with most case studies and problems referenced in this library index come with a bibliography of articles and web sites relevant to the issues addressed in the problem. You will have to subscribe to the National Center for Case Studies Teaching in Science, and the University of Delaware's Problem-based Clearninghouse to get access to parts of the teaching notes pages.
Click on an issue to go directly to a detailed summary of available
teaching resourses (articles, videos, case studies, problems etc...)
Related Teaching Resources
These are engaging activities that can be used in class to
facilitate learning of biological concepts/principals/theories.
|Characterisitics of Life|
|Nature of Science|
|Bioethics & Biotechnology|
|Anatomy & Physiology||