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What new thing are you trying in your classroom this year? Share what you're doing below so other community members can benefit.
This thread was posted on September 5, 2014 at 8:14 PM ET by Miranda Byse.
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Hi ,i didnt know that i will be selected for LifeSciTRC program this year ..this was my second attempt and i got selected.Am happy and feel lucky to have joined this. i beleive none of my colleagues were aware of this wonderful program. Anyhow, i shall try to explain what i started new at my Practical classes in the Haematology lab.we have got an ordinary compound microscope for students and a digital microscope in the Research lab....i did a try....during my practical demos i gave lecture on Improved Neubauer chamber squares using the blackboard, then took them to see through the same in a compound microscope and then again to the digital microscope(here i projected the counting chambers to the screen). All students were able to understand what i meant in the blackboard, what i expected them to see through their eyes in a compound microscope and then confirmed their understanding in unison when all the eyes saw the chamber squares in the screen..i beleive this is going to bring them a uniform understanding on the topic demostrated or discussed.i am expecting comments and suggestions .thankyou
I just recently heard about LifeSciTRC from a colleague and so far it has been wonderful.
Hi Mohesh, I appreciate your approach of teaching in physiology lab. This is good for instructor to make sure that information provided is uniformly understood by all your students.
That's nice idea. Thank you!