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How to Create Schedule System Restore Points in Windows 10
It is the essential function of the windows features into Windows. System restore is very useful to the users who have no time to restore manually. Restore point able to help you to do your work without any condition, and save your lots of time, you waste in troubleshooting. System Restore Points has an extremely good feature for windows to operate any image and backup to restore the System. If Windows creates Systems Restored Points Frequently, then you have to make your Windows PC arrange for
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How to Activate your Roku
To get the Roku.com/link activation code, you must create an account with the Roku Wi-Fi connection. To create an account, getting a first hardware configuration and activate the device. Now create an account using the email ID and password and complete the steps that need. Finally, you will receive an activation code on your TV screen. Then lift the Roku.com/link URL and enter your activation code. Press Send.
1 Reply   |   Last on 1/11/2020 at 4:53 AM ET
Student exam performance question
Hi, I'm wondering if anyone can point me to specific references on test performance and/or test anxiety when students take a test where questions are of a new style or written by a new professor? I am currently in a group where three instructors teach three different sections of A and P but write a final together to give to all students. The students across sections have struggled with and expressed frustration with questions written by the other instructors. Id like to see what data there is o
6 Replies   |   Last on 1/20/2020 at 2:50 AM ET
How to bring different types of learning styles in the classroom?
Just like students, teachers also come with varying teaching styles that define their personalities, communication style and preferences in the classroom. Commonly, teachers use audios, videos, recordings, word, or even animations to expel the subject material. Besides that, students are also allowed to use their own preference through their own tablets. Some learners can be seen making text-induced photo essays where they blended pictures with descriptions or drawing their experience through co
46 Replies   |   Last on 1/8/2020 at 10:03 AM ET
Webinar on 4/8/15 Evidence-based Instructional Practices in Undergraduate Science
Upcoming Webinar Evidence-Based Instructional Practices in Undergraduate Science CoursesApril 8, 201512:00 Noon Eastern Time Bethany Bowling of Northern Kentucky University Visit this link to learn more and register:     http://www.toxicology.org/ai/eo/uenWebinars.asp
1 Reply   |   Last on 4/21/2017 at 8:28 AM ET
Is there a webinar or podcast describing LifesciTRC?
Is there a webinar or podcast describing LifesciTRC? I couldn't find one in the collection.  It would be great to have so I can share with colleagues.
4 Replies   |   Last on 1/2/2020 at 3:15 AM ET
October Topic - Bringing Science Together in Your Class
How do you tie science concepts together for your students? Share below:
8 Replies   |   Last on 10/16/2019 at 11:22 PM ET
September Topic - New Ideas for the Classroom
What new thing are you trying in your classroom this year? Share what you're doing below so other community members can benefit.
7 Replies   |   Last on 10/22/2014 at 8:07 PM ET
July Topic - Teaching with Case Studies
How do you like to use Case Studies in your classroom? If you don't use Case Studies, what has kept you from doing so?
10 Replies   |   Last on 4/19/2017 at 12:54 AM ET
June Topic - Flipped Classrooms
What is one thing that excites you and one things that scares you about flipped classrooms? 
14 Replies   |   Last on 9/27/2019 at 1:12 PM ET
May Topic - Vision and Change in Science Education/Science Standards
How has the Vision and Change in Science Education Report and/or other science standards impacted your teaching?
3 Replies   |   Last on 11/8/2019 at 1:13 AM ET
Undergraduate Physiology
Hi, I am Nuran Kumbaraci, an Associate Professor at Stevens Institute of Technology in NJ teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in physiology and biology.  Over the years, I have noticed that the textbooks are including more detail and many resources are easily available to students on the web.  However, as educators we have to engage the students and focus on key points in class and labs.  Last year I participated in the V&C program and found valuable resources.  I
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Case Studies in the Classroom
My name is Julie Dais and I teach introductory biology, as well as  anatomy and physiology and pathophysiology (to nursing students) at Okanagan College in British Columbia.  There are many great case studies that can be used in the classroom associated with LifeSciTRC, but I'd love to see more related to botany!  Please reply with any ideas that you may have because I am sure I am not the only educator looking for this.
13 Replies   |   Last on 1/4/2020 at 1:31 AM ET
histology and A&P
Hello. I teach histology, human A&P, and majors physiology at the University of Mississippi. I'm glad to see more resources focused on undergradute education. I am particularly looking for lab activities and student self-assessment tools.
5 Replies   |   Last on 9/16/2019 at 8:22 AM ET
Undergraduate (environmental) toxicology
Hi, I teach toxicology in the school of Pharmacy at the University of Mississippi.  I am always on the lookout for good electronic resources and case-studies to use in my toxicology and environmental toxicology undergraduate (and graduate) courses. 
5 Replies   |   Last on 9/2/2019 at 8:57 AM ET
So glad to see this addition to the resources.
Hi - I'm Shari Litch Gray and I'm on the faculty of Regis College in the Department of Biology.  I am a physiologist by training so I teach primarily animal physiology for bio-majors and A&P for allied health majors but I occasionally teach general biology.  I am glad to see a resource srchive focused on biology related topics.  I look forward to searching and sharing.
3 Replies   |   Last on 1/3/2019 at 3:27 AM ET
Undergraduate Instructor for Pre-Allied Health
Hi,      I am a teacher at a community college in Amarillo, TX. I have been teaching A&P and Micro for about 7 years now. I have currently taken over the Life Science classes for Non-Science Majors. I am just hoping to get some good ideas about how to better engage my students and make my classes more relevent to my students lives. The non-science students seem to be giving me a whole new level of difficulty. They have very little in the way of a scientific scaffold on w
5 Replies   |   Last on 1/22/2019 at 6:13 AM ET