Bioinformatics in the Biology Classroom
http://www.actionbioscience.org/education/gabric.html

Kathleen M. Gabric, ActionBioscience.org


This resource is no longer officially part of our collection This resource has been removed from our collection, likely because the original resource is no longer available. If you have further information about the link (e.g. a new location where the information can be found) please let us know.

You may be able to find previous versions at the Internet Archive.

This educational journal article addresses the implementation of bioinformatics in the classroom. The author explains how bioinformatics could play a key role for science students pursuing higher education, foster inquiry learning of content that has often been taught in a dry manner, provide the thread that ties classes together, improve biology teaching, enhance the learning of biotech issues and ethics, expose students to real-world science, and significantly help to reform biology teaching and improve learning. The article includes links to bioinformatics resources, information about how to get involved in bioinformatics, and a glossary of terms.

This resource is referenced here:
Subject: Biology:Evolution:Bioinformatics, Biology:Microbiology
Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources:Overview/Summary
Grade Level: College Lower (13-14), High School (9-12)
Topics: Biosphere:Microbiology, Evolution:BioinformaticsKeywords: inquiry-based learning, problem solving, pedagogy