Research Articles

  • Tanner, K.D. Diversity, Equity, and Problem-solving: Organizational psychology tells us that if we want to solve the type of complex problems often thrown up by biomedical science, we need diverse teams. The Translational Scientist, (2016). pdf
  • Tanner, K.D., Structure Matters: Twenty-One Teaching Strategies to Promote Student Engagement and Classroom Equity. CBE: Journal of Life Science Education, 12, 1-10, (2013). pdf
  • Tanner, K.D., Reconsidering “What Works”, CBE: Life Sciences Education, 10: 329-333, (2011). pdf
  • Tanner, K.D., Moving Theory into Practice: A Reflection on Teaching a Large, Introductory Biology Course for Majors. CBE: Life Sciences Education, 10: 113-122, (2011). pdf
  • Tanner, K.D. Order Matters: Using the 5E Model to Align Teaching with How People Learn. CBE: Life Sciences Education, Vol. 9: 159-164, 2010.
  • Tanner, K.D., Learning to See Inequity in Science. CBE: A Journal of Life Science Education, 8: 265-270, (2009). pdf
  • Tanner, K.D., Talking to Learn: Why Biology Students Should be Talking in Classrooms and How to Make It Happen. CBE: A Journal of Life Science Education, 8(2): 89-92, (2009). pdf
  • Tanner, K.D. and Allen, D.E., Cultural Competence in the College Biology Classroom. CBE: Life Sciences Education, Vol. 6: 251-258, 2007.
  • Tanner, K.D. Guest Editor-in-Chief, CBE Special Issue: Issues in Neuroscience Education, Vol 5(2): 85, (2006).