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Ross H. Nehm
Ross H. Nehm
Professor, Ecology & Evolution, Program in Science Education, Stony Brook University
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Biology majors' knowledge and misconceptions of natural selection
RH Nehm, L Reilly
BioScience 57 (3), 263-272, 2007
5262007
Does increasing biology teacher knowledge of evolution and the nature of science lead to greater preference for the teaching of evolution in schools?
RH Nehm, IS Schonfeld
Journal of science teacher education 18, 699-723, 2007
3792007
Measuring knowledge of natural selection: A comparison of the CINS, an open‐response instrument, and an oral interview
RH Nehm, IS Schonfeld
Journal of Research in Science Teaching: The Official Journal of the …, 2008
2932008
Item feature effects in evolution assessment
RH Nehm, M Ha
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 48 (3), 237-256, 2011
2602011
Selective use of the primary literature transforms the classroom into a virtual laboratory
SG Hoskins, LM Stevens, RH Nehm
Genetics 176 (3), 1381-1389, 2007
2512007
Cognitive foundations for science assessment design: Knowing what students know about evolution
JE Opfer, RH Nehm, M Ha
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 49 (6), 744-777, 2012
2142012
Academic preparation in biology and advocacy for teaching evolution: biology versus non‐biology teachers
RH Nehm, SY Kim, K Sheppard
Science Education 93 (6), 1122-1146, 2009
1942009
Reasoning about natural selection: diagnosing contextual competency using the ACORNS instrument
RH Nehm, EP Beggrow, JE Opfer, M Ha
The American Biology Teacher 74 (2), 92-98, 2012
1842012
Evaluating instrument quality in science education: Rasch‐based analyses of a nature of science test
I Neumann, K Neumann, R Nehm
International Journal of Science Education 33 (10), 1373-1405, 2011
1832011
A cross‐cultural comparison of Korean and American science teachers’ views of evolution and the nature of science
SY Kim, RH Nehm
International Journal of Science Education 33 (2), 197-227, 2011
1632011
Transforming biology assessment with machine learning: automated scoring of written evolutionary explanations
RH Nehm, M Ha, E Mayfield
Journal of Science Education and Technology 21, 183-196, 2012
1542012
Feeling of certainty: Uncovering a missing link between knowledge and acceptance of evolution
M Ha, DL Haury, RH Nehm
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 49 (1), 95-121, 2012
1512012
Discipline-based education research
SR Singer, NR Nielsen, HA Schweingruber
Washington, DC: The National Academies, 2012
1252012
Does the segregation of evolution in biology textbooks and introductory courses reinforce students’ faulty mental models of biology and evolution?
RH Nehm, TM Poole, ME Lyford, SG Hoskins, L Carruth, BE Ewers, ...
Evolution: Education and Outreach 2, 527-532, 2009
1122009
Applying computerized-scoring models of written biological explanations across courses and colleges: prospects and limitations
M Ha, RH Nehm, M Urban-Lurain, JE Merrill
CBE—Life Sciences Education 10 (4), 379-393, 2011
1002011
EvoGrader: an online formative assessment tool for automatically evaluating written evolutionary explanations
K Moharreri, M Ha, RH Nehm
Evolution: Education and Outreach 7, 1-14, 2014
982014
What do experts and novices “see” in evolutionary problems?
RH Nehm, J Ridgway
Evolution: Education and Outreach 4, 666-679, 2011
942011
Learning the language of evolution: lexical ambiguity and word meaning in student explanations
MA Rector, RH Nehm, D Pearl
Research in Science Education 43, 1107-1133, 2013
872013
Assessing scientific practices using machine-learning methods: How closely do they match clinical interview performance?
EP Beggrow, M Ha, RH Nehm, D Pearl, WJ Boone
Journal of Science education and Technology 23, 160-182, 2014
832014
Human vs. computer diagnosis of students’ natural selection knowledge: testing the efficacy of text analytic software
RH Nehm, H Haertig
Journal of Science Education and Technology 21, 56-73, 2012
822012
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