- Nov 2018
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- Mar 2018
a majority believe they understand technology better than their teachers. For such a student, imagine how it must sound to hear her teacher talking up “computers” and “digital tools.”
It is frustrating when teachers talk about digital tools and computers when they are not able to use/teach them effectively. However, when a teacher does know what they are talking about it is powerful. Students assume they are know everything about digital tools and when a teacher effectively introduces something new, it lends validity to not only the teacher but also the topic of digital humanities. The point highlights the importance of training/educating teachers about the digital world, specifically tools involved with digital humanities.
- Nov 2017
In their original description Mejía and García (2013) indicated that C. jimenezii is morphologically similar to C. gracilis, but the former has leaves with whitish indumentum on both surfaces and a blade that is not fully circular in outline, and with a truncate hastula that is only a little visible on the underside; leaf sheaths thin and soft-textured; and fruits yellowish white at maturity.
What can you infer about the physiology based off of the morphology of the plant?
degree of genetic differentiation between these populations, and (3)
What may be some causes for genetic differentiation within these two populations?