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TEACHING ISSUES AND EXPERIMENTS IN ECOLOGY
ISSUES OVERVIEW
Northern Spotted Owl Northern Spotted Owl, Willamette National Forest (photo Al Levno, reproduced with permission)

What are they?

TIEE Issues can be used in lecture (even in large classes), lab, and for homework. They focus on core ecological concepts and subjects plus "hot topics."

In Volume 1 of TIEE there were only two types of Issues:

In Volume 2 of TIEE we added a third type:



With TIEE Figure Sets, Data Sets, and Frontiers Issues to Teach Ecology, students actively analyze and interpret data — and better understand how ecologists present data. They are designed to help you incorporate this kind of learning into your teaching.



Contents

Issues contain:


Purpose

These course supplements are a way to:


How to use Issues



Submitting to TIEE

One TIEE goal is to help faculty use teaching scholarship in reappointment and promotion files. Submitted Experiments and Issues are peer reviewed and at some institutions will count as peer reviewed publications. For more information about submitting contributions for TIEE see the Submissions page.

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