Biology is the science of life, the living organisms and their relation to their surroundings.

The rapid change in biology and the biologist's role in society create new demands, not only to the content of the biology education, but also to how we teach future biologists. 

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TEACH TO LEARN (TE2LE)

 Active learning creating video tutorials
 

The Teach to Learn (TE2LE) project aims to teach BSc and MSc students in biology cross-disciplinary transferable skills through the application of an innovative pedagogical practice. 
Students will create video tutorials to teach their peers key scientific concepts (bioSKILLS) like laboratory practices, field work methods, statistics, scientific writing and Health Safety and Environment rules.

Read more about the project here.

bioSTATS helps you

Feeling lost in R, MS Excel or NetLogo?

bioSTATS helps you with a series of tutorials and detailed "recipes".

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Photo Contests

 
Get a chance to win a Visa/Mastercard of 300 NOK by submitting pictures to #LearningBiology2016. More info here.
 
See the submitted pictures and the nominated and awarded pictures from the previous editions. The top three places of the 3rd and 4th quarters of the #LearningBiology2015 can be seen below:

 

  
 

 

"Write a cutline" Contest

#LearningBiology2016 - Write a cutline

Write a cutline i.e. a short text brief and clear (max. 10 lines) accompanying your “learning biology” photo before Nov. 15th 2016.

You are the photojournalist publishing in a popular science magazine: your text must be understandable to the most varied public.

 

Recent Publications

Researchers at bioCEED have recently published these articles:

Jeno, L. M. (2015). Encouraging Active Learning in Higher Education: A Self-Determination Theory PerspectiveInternational Journal of Technology and Inclusive Education, 5(1), 716-721

Hole, T. N. (2015). Developing Collaboration as a Transferrable Skills in Biology Tertiary Education. Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal, 6(3), 1971-1975.