How can instructors get started with active learning? What simple and effective active learning methods can easily be implemented in a course? Hear from instructors about their experience and see classroom demonstrations using think-pair-share and clickers.
Educators featured in this video: Deborah Allen, University of Delaware; Chantilly Apollon, City College of San Francisco; Erin Dolan, University of Texas, Austin; Sabrice Guerrier, Millsaps College; Mary Miller, Rhodes College; Mark Peifer, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Omar Quintero, University of Richmond; Jeff Schinske, De Anza College; Kimberly Tanner, San Francisco State University; Sue Wick, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
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Dr. Omar Quintero is an Assistant Professor of Biology at the University of Richmond in Virginia, where he combines research and undergraduate education. His lab studies the genes and proteins involved cellular motility. It has taken him a few tries to find an institution that fits his research and teaching goals. He has been faculty… Continue Reading
Erin Dolan is Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Senior Scholar in Biology Education in the Division of Biological Sciences at the University of Georgia. She is also the editor-in-chief of the CBE-Life Science Education journal. Dolan’s lab investigates science research in an education context, including scalable ways of involving students in research… Continue Reading
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