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Students use images from molecular models to help them learn how to identify the parts of a nucleotide, the individual nucleotides from DNA, and ...
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Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. This handout presents the chemical structures of the twenty amino acids, grouped by their disti...
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Names and abbreviations for all twenty amino acids. Helpful in biochemistry, bioinformatics, biology, genetics, molecular biology, and any course...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My teaching experience began when I found myself director of a biotechnology training program at Seattle Central Community College in the early 90's. Since there wasn't any curriculum available, I wrote all the biotechnology lab manuals and taught courses in genetics, immunology, media and solution preparation, biotech lab courses, and microbiology.

Today, I have my own company, Digital World Biology. We produce free tutorials on using bioinformatics, offer professional development for teachers in bioinformatics, and develop instructional materials.

I also teach an on-line course in bioinformatics for Austen Community College in Texas and another bioinformatics course at Shoreline Community College in Washington State.

I write about science and teaching at ScienceBlogs. My blog is Discovering Biology in a Digital World.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a firm believer in active learning. Learning works best when students' brains are involved and their brains get involved when they are required to do interesting things and think about what they've done.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I have received curriculum development grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. I was a regional director for Bio-Link, a National Advanced Technology Center for Biotechnology.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Ph.D. in Microbiology. Most of my work in the past ten years has been in molecular biology, genomics, and bioinformatics.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Sign up for the Digital World Biology newsletter. We'll let you know about new tutorials and activities. More information, tutorials, and videos can be found at Digital World Biology, www.digital-world-biology.com You can also read my blog and find activities and teaching tips at Discovering Biology in a Digital World, at ScienceBlogs http://scienceblogs.com/digitalbio