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Elsa Sánchez and Richard Craig

systematics by becoming more proficient on a particular plant family. To effectively communicate, student instructors must have a thorough understanding of the concepts they are teaching, which is an important outcome of problem-based learning ( Duch, 1996

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students teach laboratory sessions in the plant systematics course at Pennsylvania State University (Sánchez and Craig, p. 258) . Benefits to the student in-structors, as determined through a survey, included increasing knowledge of plant families

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Gerardo H. Nunez and Mariana Neves da Silva

destination dead. Whenever this happened, replacement plants were mailed to students. Instructors planning similar activities would benefit from having extra plants ready to be shipped as necessary. Alternatively, strawberry plants could be replaced by seeds

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Matthew S. Wilson and Chad T. Miller

-link. Benefits/challenges of Google Maps virtual plant maps There are numerous ways virtual plant walk maps may benefit instructors and students. Instructors may develop “master maps” containing all plants with associated locations to serve as inventories of the

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Cynthia B. McKenney, Ellen B. Peffley, and Igino Teolis

students, it is not surprising that the total number of contacts for the online sections was also significantly greater than for the web-facilitated sections ( Table 1 ). Table 1. Comparison of the mean number and type of student-initiated student/instructor