Our Future Plans are to revise, implement
and assess the
SYMBIOSIS curriculum as our introductory
three-semester biology course for
science majors, pre-professionals and future science educators
at ETSU in Fall 2012 with the intent of having
this revolutionary new curriculum be at the
forefront of education reform.
The initial development of the SYMBIOSIS initiative was funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Grant #52005872 for $1.7M
Last updated: October 29, 2010
News and Events
|A SYMBIOSIS poster was presented at the 2010 Mid-Atlantic Association of Science Teacher Education Conference on September 24-25 hosted by East Tennessee State University.|
Fall 2010 Publication
Depelteau, A., Joplin, K., Govett, A., Miller, H., Seier, E. (2010). SYMBIOSIS: Development, Implementation and Assessment of a Model Curriculum across Biology and Mathematics at the Introductory Level. Cell Biology Education-Life Sciences Education 9:342-347.