Selected Publications

Johnson DR, Ebert-May D, Webber PJ, Tweedie CE. 2011. Forecasting alpine vegetation change using repeat smapling and a novel modeling approach. Ambio-A Journal of the Human Environment 40: 693-704

Ebert-May D, Derting TL, Hodder J, Momsen JL, Long TM, Jardeleza SE. 2011. What we say is not what we do: Effective evaluation of faculty development programs. BioScience 6(17): 550-558

Luckie D, Harrison SH, Ebert-May D. 2011. Model-based reasoning: using visual tools to reveal students learning. Advances in Physiology Education 35(1): 59-67

Ebert-May D, Bray Speth E, Momsen J. 2010. Assessing scientific reasoning in a liberal learning curriculum. In Hildebrand JG ed. Science in the Liberal Arts Curriculum. American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Momsen JL, Long TM, Wyse S, Ebert-May D. 2010. Just the facts? Introductory undergraduate biology courses focus on low-level cognitive skills. CBE Life Sciences Education 9(4): 435-400

Derting TL, Ebert-May D. 2010. Learner-centered inquiry in undergraduate biology: positive relationships with long-term student achievement. CBE Life Sciences Education 9(4): 462-472

Speth EB, Momsen JL, Moyerbrailean GA, Ebert-May D, Long TM, Wyse S, Linton D. 2010. 1, 2, 3, 4: Infusing quantitative literacy into introductory biology. CBE Life Sciences Education 9(3): 323-332

Martin SL, Horst GP, Ebert-May D. 2009. Catching the new wave of teaching. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(8): 445-446

Pfund C, Miller, Brenner K, Bruns P, Chang A,  Ebert-May D, Fagen A, Gentile J, Gossens S, Khan I, Labov J, Pribbenow C, Susman M, Tong L, Wright R, Wood WB, Yuan R, and Handelsman  J.  2009. Summer Institute to Improve University Science Teaching. Science 324: 470-471

Ebert-May D, Derting T, Momsen J, Long T. Breaking the mold: rethinking professional development in undergraduate STEM education. In review: Higher Education.

Bray Speth E, Long T, Pennock R, Ebert-May D. 2009. Using Avida-ED for teaching and learning about evolution in undergraduate introductory biology courses. Evolution: Education and Outreach 2(3): 415-428

Ebert-May D and, Hodder J. eds. 2008. Pathways to Scientific Teaching. Sunderland CT: Sinauer Associates, Inc.

Ebert-May D, Weber EP, Hodder J and Batzli K. 2006. Analyzing results: the tip of the iceberg. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4(5):274-275.

Ebert-May D, Batzli J, and Weber EP. 2006. Designing research to investigate student learning. Front Ecol Environ 4(4): 218-219.

Hodder J, Ebert-May D, Batzli J. 2006. Coding to analyze students’ critical thinking. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4(3):162-163.

Batzli JM, Ebert-May D, and Hodder J. 2006. Bridging the pathway from instruction to research. Front Ecol Environ 4(2):105-107.

Ebert-May D and Hodder J. 2006. What’s next for the Pathways series? Front Ecol Environ 4(1):43-44.

Handelsman J, Ebert-May D, Beichner R, Bruins P, Chang A, DeHaan R, Gentile J, Lauffer S, Steward J, Tilghman S, Wood W. 2004. Scientific teaching. Science 304:521-522.

 

 

Pathways To Scientific Teaching