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Building Mathematical Models and Biological Insight in an Introductory Biology Course

A. E. Weisstein (2011)

Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena

A growing body of literature testifies to the importance of quantitative reasoning skills in the 21st-century biology curriculum, and to the learning benefits associated with active pedagogies. The process of modeling a biological system provides an approach that integrates mathematical skills and higher-order thinking with existing course content knowledge. We describe a general strategy for teaching model-building in an introductory biology course,...

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