Graduate Project Title
Creating Supplimental Visual and Manipulative Activities for Biology
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Second Committee Member
Timothy W. Young
Third Committee Member
Robert L. Brown
Alternative visual and tactile teaching strategies and their educational effectiveness for students of diverse backgrounds in the life sciences were studied. Supplemental activities to traditional, commercial, science programs were found to provide many effective learning pathways to a wide spectrum of learning styles. To assist in providing additional learning approaches toward program goals, the educational theory in the literary review was applied to the formation of a set of classroom science materials. Suggestions for classroom use have been provided.
Johnson, Dennis Craig, "Creating Supplimental Visual and Manipulative Activities for Biology" (1993). All Graduate Projects. 419.
Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Science and Mathematics Education Commons