SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • 1
    T. de Jong ( 2006) Technological advances in inquiry learning. Science 312, 532533.
  • 2
    M. Steiff,U. Wilensky ( 2003) Connected chemistry—Incorporating interactive simulations into the chemistry classroom. J. Sci. Educ. Technol. 12, 285302.
  • 3
    T. de Jong,W. R. van Joolingen ( 1998) Scientific discovery learning with computer simulations of conceptual domains. Rev. Educ. Res. 68, 179201.
  • 4
    K. M. Lee,G. Nicoll,D. W. Brooks ( 2004) A comparison of inquiry and worked example web-based instruction using physlets. J. Sci. Educ. Technol. 13, 8188.
  • 5
    B. White,E. Bolker,N. Koolar,W. Ma,N. Maw,C. Yu ( 2007) The virtual genetics lab: A freely-available open-source genetics simulation. Am. Biol. Teacher 69, 694697.
  • 6
    P. Soderberg,J. R. Jungck ( 1994) Genetics construction kit: A tool for open-ended investigation in transmission genetics. J. Comput. Higher Educ. 5, 6784.
  • 7
    R. Hafner,J. Stewart ( 1995) Revising explanatory models to accommodate anomalous genetic phenomena: Problem solving in the “context of discovery.” Sci. Educ. 79, 111146.
  • 8
    E. A. Finkel ( 1996) Making sense of genetics: Students' knowledge use during problem solving in a high school genetics class. J. Res. Sci. Teaching 33, 345368.
  • 9
    B. White,S. Kim,K. Sherman,N. Weber ( 2002) Evaluation of molecular visualization software for teaching protein structure: Differing outcomes from lecture and lab. Biochem. Mol. Biol. Educ. 30, 130136.
  • 10
    D. Botstein,G. Fink ( 1988) Yeast: An experimental organism for modern biology. Science 240, 14391443.
  • 11
    B. White,M. Mischke ( 2006) A Problems Approach to Introductory Biology. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, DC.