Teachers are charged with increasing students' scientific literacy, which involves interpreting evidence and making sense of patterns. However, teachers need access to — or must be able to generate — authentic datasets if they are to help their students develop quantitative reasoning skills. We describe an evolutionary ecology lesson focused on resource competition in a parasitic wasp. Students use datasets to generate graphs and test hypotheses on resource competition and fitness.
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Vol. 78 • No. 4