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UG Confab: A LifeSciTRC SciEd Blog
Learn about the latest in UG science content, teaching strategies, and professional development. This blog is authored by fellow undergradute teachers and LifeSciTRC Partners.
- Using the Primary Literature in your Classroom
When I think about the skills I want my students to leave college with the ability to think critically is prominently displayed at the top of the list. Thinking about my own development as a scholar I can see that reading, writing and learning to understand the primary scientific literature are some of the activities […]
- Solving a Problem in Online Education – The Asynchronous Chat
Each educator faces challenges in teaching which vary from class to class and year to year. The biology venue I teach in has the challenge that it is completely online. Online education is no longer a new method of delivery, but it is still an educational option that is growing and changing continually. Educators in […]
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Physiology Majors Interest Group (P-MIG)
The Physiology Majors Interest Group (P-MIG) is a consortium of undergraduate programs in Physiology. We aim to have an open dialogue among peer programs in Physiology about how to: 1) best serve our students in these programs with outstanding curricula and advising, and 2) share ideas and best practices among the faculty/advisors of the P-MIG.
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