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 Instructional Innovations series contains research-based instructional materials (e.g. teaching materials, tutorials, workshop handouts, assessments, rubrics, etc.) created by PIBERG members.
Submissions from 2016
Development of the Neuron Assessment for Measuring Biology Students’ Use of Experimental Design Concepts and Representations, Annwesa P. Dasgupta, Trevor R. Anderson, and Nancy J. Pelaez
The Basic Competencies of Biological Experimentation: Concept-Skill Statements, Nancy Pelaez, Trevor Anderson, Stephanie M. Gardner, Yue Yin, Joel K. Abraham, Edward Bartlett, Cara Gormally, Jeffrey P. Hill, Mildren Hoover, Carol Hurney, Tammy Long, Dina L. Newman, Karen Sirum, and Michael Stevens
Exploring the MACH Model’s Potential as a Metacognitive Tool to Help Undergraduate Students Monitor Their Explanations of Biological Mechanisms, Caleb M. Trujillo, Trevor R. Anderson, and Nancy J. Pelaez
Submissions from 2015
Model of the Use of Evolutionary Trees (MUET), Yi Kong, Trevor Anderson, and Nancy Pelaez
Submissions from 2014
An Activity Aimed at Improving Student Explanations of Biological Mechanisms, Caleb M. Trujillo, Trevor R. Anderson, and Nancy J. Pelaez
A Tetrahedral Version of the MACH Model for Explaining Biological Mechanisms, Caleb M. Trujillo, Trevor R. Anderson, and Nancy J. Pelaez