Dr Alison Campbell
Associate Dean (Teaching & Learning); Senior Lecturer (Biological Sciences)
Personal Website: http://sci.waikato.ac.nz/bioblog
Research InterestsScience education
Check out Alison's Blog.
"I've set up this blog in response to comments from secondary school biology teachers, especially those preparing students for Scholarship Biology examinations. I hope to use it as a way of encouraging critical thinking, looking at scientific papers that are relevant to the Level 3 curriculum and to Scholarship, and fielding questions that you may come up with."
Buntting, Cathy (2006). Improving learning and teaching in introductory Biology courses.
Winder, Stacey (2002).
The disparate fields of animal behaviour and science education, with a particular interest in students' understanding of the language of science; gaps in student knowledge (and how to bridge them); and attitudes to the theory of evolution.
- Campbell, A. (2011) Resistance to science
Refereed Journal Articles - Skeptical Intelligencer
- Campbell, A. (2011) Using pseudoscience to teach science
Refereed Journal Articles - NZ Science Teacher
- Campbell, A., Otrel-Cass, K. (2011) Teaching evolution in New Zealand's Schools- Reviewing changes in the New Zealand science curriculum
Refereed Journal Articles - Research in Science Education
- Otrel-Cass, K., Cowie, B., Campbell, A. (2009) What determines perseverance in studying science?
Refereed Journal Articles - Journal of Institutional Research
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