I love TQTs!






As a biology instructor, I take pleasure and pride in creating worksheets that students can use to actively process the material they are learning. My worksheets are in the general spirit of "POGIL" (Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning), though they do not strictly follow all of the POGIL tenets, such as limiting each group member to a specific defined role. Examples (in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint format) are below. They were originally created for use in introductory anatomy & physiology courses, either for biology majors or for pre-clinical students. Answer keys are available to teachers upon request; send requests to gcrowther@everettcc.edu.

P.S. If you like these worksheets, you should check out my Test Question Templates (TQTs) project, which aims to make biology tests more transparent, equitable, and interesting.

Biochemistryhydrophilic/hydrophobic molecules
Cardiovascularblood; the heart
Digestivedigestive disorders
Integumentarywhy is hair straight or curly?
Nervousmembrane potential; how neurons communicate
Skeletalstress fractures in young runners; exercise and arthritis
Urinary the nephron; race and kidney transplants