Benjamin Wiggins
Benjamin Wiggins
Manager of Instruction, University of Washington Biology Department
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Understanding classrooms through social network analysis: A primer for social network analysis in education research
DZ Grunspan, BL Wiggins, SM Goodreau
CBE—Life Sciences Education 13 (2), 167-178, 2014
2312014
Males under-estimate academic performance of their female peers in undergraduate biology classrooms
DZ Grunspan, SL Eddy, SE Brownell, BL Wiggins, AJ Crowe, ...
PloS one 11 (2), e0148405, 2016
1942016
Student perception of group dynamics predicts individual performance: Comfort and equity matter
EJ Theobald, SL Eddy, DZ Grunspan, BL Wiggins, AJ Crowe
PloS one 12 (7), e0181336, 2017
852017
ASPECT: A survey to assess student perspective of engagement in an active-learning classroom
BL Wiggins, SL Eddy, L Wener-Fligner, K Freisem, DZ Grunspan, ...
CBE—Life Sciences Education 16 (2), ar32, 2017
582017
The ICAP active learning framework predicts the learning gains observed in intensely active classroom experiences
BL Wiggins, SL Eddy, DZ Grunspan, AJ Crowe
AERA Open 3 (2), 2332858417708567, 2017
412017
Undergraduate science learners show comparable outcomes whether taught by undergraduate or graduate teaching assistants
HC Chapin, BL Wiggins, LE Martin-Morris
Journal of college science teaching 44 (2), 90-99, 2014
252014
A short, course-based research module provides metacognitive benefits in the form of more sophisticated problem solving
CL Dahlberg, BL Wiggins, SR Lee, DS Leaf, LS Lily, H Jordt, TJ Johnson
Journal of College Science Teaching 48 (4), 22-30, 2019
112019
& Crowe, AJ (2017). ASPECT: A survey to assess student perspective of engagement in an active-learning classroom
BL Wiggins, SL Eddy, L Wener-Fligner, K Freisem, DZ Grunspan, ...
CBE—Life Sciences Education 16 (2), 0
6
Testing in the Age of Active Learning: Test Question Templates Help to Align Activities and Assessments.
GJ Crowther, BL Wiggins, LD Jenkins
HAPS Educator 24 (1), 74-81, 2020
52020
Molecular Evolution of Drosophila cdc6, an Essential DNA Replication-Licensing Gene, Suggests an Adaptive Choice of Replication Origins
BL Wiggins, H Malik
Fly 1 (3), 155-163, 2007
32007
Repetition is Important to Students and Their Understanding During Laboratory Courses that Include Research
B Wiggins, L Lily, H Sefi-Cyr, C Dahlberg
Preprints, 2021
2021
Less Text, More Learning: A Modest Instructional Strategy That Supports Language-Learning Science Students
B Wiggins, H Jordt, K Wingert
Journal of College Science Teaching 50 (1), 60-68, 2020
2020
Effectiveness of active learning for ecology teaching: the perspective of students vs their grades
CF Sperber, N Szinwelski, FF Ferreira, LF Paiva, VM Prasniewski, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
A short laboratory module to help infuse metacognition during an introductory course-based research experience. CourseSource
SR Lee, CL Dahlberg, BL Wiggins
2019
Embedding short-term research experiences in Biology curriculum enhances student engagement with science process
LL Dahlberg, B Wiggins, SR Lee, H Jordt, L Lily, AG Carmona
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 29 (26), 9-9, 2018
2018
A short authentic research module increases complexity in student thinking about research without sacrificing student experience or content knowledge.
LL Dahlberg, SR Lee, B Wiggins, H Jordt, L Lily, DS Leaf
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 28, 2017
2017
Infusing Metacognition during the Process of Science in an Introductory Cell and Molecular Biology Course
LL Dahlberg, SR Lee, BL Wiggins, T Bloom, M Colton, DS Leaf
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 27, 2016
2016
Large-enrollment STEM Learning Environments: Cultural and experimental perspectives
BL Wiggins
2015
RESEARCH AND TEACHING
C Talbot, Z George, TH Ogden, D Menon, Z Salas, A Mellendick, ...
A Short, Course-Based Research Module Provides Metacognitive Benefits in the Form of More Sophisticated Problem Solving Breadcrumb
CL Dahlberg, BL Wiggins, SR Lee, DS Leaf, LS Lily, H Jordt, TJ Johnson
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