The Nov./Dec. American Biology Teacher (ABT) has four articles that are
of relevance to the recent discussion of inquiry-based labs.
Wilke, R.R. and Straits, W.J. 2005. Practical advice for teaching
inquiry-based science process skills in the biological sciences. ABT
Sundberg, M., Armstrong, J.E. and Wischusen, E.W. 2005. A reappraisal
of the status of introductory biology laboratory education in U.S.
colleges & universities. ABT 67: 525-529.
Flory, S.L., Ingram, E.L., Heidinger, B.J. and Tintjer, T. 2005.
Hands-on in the non-laboratory classroom: Reconstructing plant
phylogenies using morphological characters. ABT 67: 542-547.
Kiss, H.G. and Kiss, J.Z. 2005. Sensing red, white and blue using
spores of the sensitive fern to introduce important concepts in
biology. ABT 67: 549-555.
David R. Hershey