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Publications & Presentations

Refereed Articles

(* indicates undergraduate or graduate student co–authors):

*Martin, JB, Setaro, SD, Fick, S, Johnson, AD. A Mixed Methods Approach to Assessing Undergraduate Gains in Understanding the Nature of Science. Manu. In prep.

Johnson AD. 2017. What Happened to Beau? A Flipped Case on Protein Structure. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science. Link to case.

Johnson, AD. 2017. EdTech Toolkit: Creating Browser Based Interactive Keys and Documents in Your Class. Proceedings of the 36th Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education, 38:Article 38, 1pp. Link to article.

Johnson, AD. 2016. “Rising Stakes” Collaborative Writing Projects: Tools, Techniques, & Tips. Proceedings of the 36th Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education, 37:Article 42, 18pp. Link to article.

Johnson, AD, Setaro, SD, *Blackburn, TA. 2014. Teaching genetics principles with dogs. Proceedings of the 35th Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education, 35: 184-220. Link to article.

Bennett, KR, Johnson, AD. 2011. Using multi-node tools for success in non-major science classes. EDUCAUSE Quarterly, 34(4). 8 pp. Link to article.

Jones, NL, Peiffer, AM, Lambros, A, Guthold, M, Johnson, AD, Tytell, M, Ronca, A, Eldridge, JC. 2010. Developing a problem-based learning (PBL) curriculum for professionalism and scientific integrity training for biomedical graduate students. Journal of Medical Ethics, 36:614-619. Link to article.

Johnson, AD, Lambros, AM, Peiffer, AM, Tytell, M., Eldridge, JC, Jones, NL. 2010. Teaching Bioethics and Professional Conduct Through Problem-Based Learning. Proceedings of the 31st Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education, 31:134-161. Link to article.

Bohrer KE, Johnson AD, *Miller K, Ferrier, A. 2008. Teaching the Teacher: Introducing and Training TAs in Inquiry–Based Learning Methods. Proceedings of the 29th Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education, 29: 67–12. Link to article.

Research Presentations

2016
Talk at American Chemical Society

6/5/14
Workshop:
Educational Technology Tools For Classroom Research and Improvement.
Presented by: A. Daniel Johnson (WFU) and Nancy Smith (WSSU)
Joint workshop for WakeHealth PRIME, Masters in Medical Education, and Maya Angelou Center HERO Fellowship programs.

5/15/14
Opening Address:
What Do Students REALLY Think of Inquiry?
Presented by: A. Daniel Johnson
Workshop on Building Engaging Allied Health Lab Content
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Boulder, CO

2/6/14
Webinar:
From Cookbook to Guidebook-Remaking Traditional Biology Labs Into Active Inquiries.
Faculty and Staff Workshop on Building the Dream-Creating Engaging Allied Health Lab Content. Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Boulder, CO.

1/17/14
Invited Speaker, Student Learning & Analytics at Michigan Series:
Artisan Analytics- Lessons From Small Datasets
Presented by: A. Daniel Johnson
Link to slide show.

Watch on Youtube:

6/20/13
Workshop:
Teaching Genetics with Dogs.
35th Annual Meeting of the Association of Biology Laboratory Educators; University of Calgary, Alberta CA.

5/24/10
Panel Discussion:
Preparing for a Teaching Career.
Postdoctoral Professional Development Lunch Series; Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston–Salem, NC.

6/10/09
Workshop:
Teaching Bioethics and Professional Conduct Through Problem-Based Learning.
31stAnnual Meeting of the Association of Biology Laboratory Educators; University of Delaware, Newark, DE.

2/11/09
Panel Discussion:
Graduate and Professional Student Writing: Expectations and Habits.
Teaching and Learning Center; Wake Forest University, Winston–Salem, NC.

10/30/08
Panel Discussion:
Mentoring Graduate Students.
Teaching and Learning Center; Wake Forest University, Winston–Salem, NC.

2/27/08
Poster:
Training Future Faculty to Teach Undergraduate Science.
Teaching and Learning Fair; Wake Forest University, Winston–Salem, NC.

6/6/07
Workshop:
Training TAs in Inquiry-Based Learning Methods: Using Problem–Based Learning as a Strategy to Teach Professional Skills.
29th Annual Meeting of the Association of Biology Laboratory Educators; University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

1/29/07
Seminar:
An Outcomes–Centered Approach to Course and Curriculum Development.
Dept. of Biology, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA.

11/2/06
Seminar:
Building Blocks for Better Biology Teaching.
Dept. Biology, Murray State University, Murray, KY.