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BIOL 29500 Teaching Biology

Session Offered:

Spring, Credit 3.0

Prerequisites:

None.  Course Restriction:  Consent of Department is requried

Description:

This course focuses on teaching and learning strategies and combines theoretical approaches to university teaching and learning with practical hands-on teaching experience.  Class activities include discussions of current issues in the classroom, presentation practice, as well as a self-assessment of the student instructors. This course is required for first time teaching interns in Biological Sciences, and the successful completion of the course is necessary for additional teaching assignments in the department.

Instructor(s):

Mark Browning

Mark Browning
Laurie Iten

Mark Browning
Laurie Iten
Stephanie Gardner

Mark Browning
Laurie Iten
Stephanie Gardner
David Bridges

Mark Browning
Laurie Iten
Stephanie Gardner
David Bridges
  David Eichinger

Mark Browning
Laurie Iten
Stephanie Gardner
David Bridges
  David Eichinger
Iris Sun

Mark Browning
Laurie Iten
Stephanie Gardner
David Bridges
  David Eichinger
Iris Sun
Rupa De

Mark Browning
Laurie Iten
Stephanie Gardner
David Bridges
  David Eichinger
Iris Sun
Rupa De
Nancy Pelaez

Mark Browning
Laurie Iten
Stephanie Gardner
David Bridges
  David Eichinger
Iris Sun
Rupa De
Nancy Pelaez
Thomas Walter


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Textbook(s):

~There is no textbook required for this course~

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