PIBERG is a scholarly group of Purdue faculty, staff, students, and affiliate scholars who support each other as we investigate teaching and learning in the life sciences. Our goal is to bridge the gap between science education research and its application to help students learn about biology or biochemistry as a research endeavor.

The PIBERG Publications series contains scholarship related to biology education research authored by PIBERG members and published in the form of journal articles, book chapters, books, or conference proceedings.

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Submissions from 2016

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Development of a Framework for Graph Choice and Construction, Aakanksha Angra and Stephanie Gardner

Submissions from 2015

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A Model of How Different Biology Experts Explain Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms, Caleb M. Trujillo, Trevor R. Anderson, and Nancy J. Pelaez

Submissions from 2014

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Misalignments: Challenges in Cultivating Science Faculty with Education Specialties in Your Department, Seth D. Bush, Nancy Pelaez, James A. Rudd II, Michael T. Stevens, Kimberly D. Tanner, and Kathy S. Williams

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Development and Validation of a Rubric for Diagnosing Students' Experimental Design Knowledge and Difficulties, Annwesa Dasgupta, Trevor R. Anderson, and Nancy Pelaez

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A Vision for Change in Bioscience Education: Building on Knowledge from the Past, Nancy J. Pelaez, Trevor R. Anderson, and Samuel N. Postlethwait

Submissions from 2013

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Identifying and Developing Students’ Ability to Reason with Concepts and Representations in Biology, Trevor R. Anderson, Konrad J. Schönborn, Lynn du Plessis, Abindra S. Gupthar, and Tracy L. Hull

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From Vision to Change: Educational Initiatives and Research at the Intersection of Physics and Biology, Eric Brewe, Nancy Pelaez, and Todd J. Cooke

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Widespread Distribution and Unexpected Variation: Science Faculty with Education Specialties (SFES) Across the U.S., Seth D. Bush, Nancy Pelaez, James A. Rudd II, Michael T. Stevens, Kimberly D. Tanner, and Kathy S. Williams

Submissions from 2012

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Biology and Nursing Students’ Perceptions of a Web-based Information Literacy Tutorial, Sharon A. Weiner, Nancy Pelaez, Karen Chang, and John M. Weiner

Submissions from 2011

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Investigation of Science Faculty with Education Specialties within the Largest University System in the United States, Seth D. Bush, Nancy Pelaez, James A. Rudd II, Michael T. Stevens, Kimberly D. Tanner, and Kathy Williams PhD

Submissions from 2008

Science Faculty with Education Specialties, Seth D. Bush, Nancy Pelaez, James A. Rudd II, Michael T. Stevens, Kimberly D. Tanner, and Kathy Williams PhD