For spring term, we’ll take two weeks to explore each topic. Journal Club participants will help with planning and facilitation of the sessions. For week one please read:
Greathouse, S.E. and L.H. Rosen. 2015. The Best Post Wiki: A Tool for Promoting Collaborative Learning and Higher-Order Thinking. Faculty Focus Blog 20 March 2015.
Bart, M. 2009. Using Twitter to Facilitate Classroom Discussions. Faculty Focus Blog 17 June 2009.
Graba, B. (2014, April). Using Twitter in the Science Classroom. PowerPoint presentation at the meeting of the National Science Teachers Association National Conference in Boston, MA.
Anyone on Twitter may want to browse #organellewars or @mr_graba.
– Thursday 9:00am in LISB 317 facilitated by Julie Mueller, TEP and Elly Vandegrift, SLP
– Friday 12:00pm in LISB 317 facilitated by Elly Vandegrift, SLP
We look forward to seeing you there!
Julie and Elly
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Summer Institute on Scientific Teaching
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), the National Academies, and the Science Literacy Program invite you to attend a Summer Institute on Scientific Teaching June 22-25, 2015 (UO faculty and post-docs) OR July 13-18, 2015 (National teams) at the University of Oregon. The Summer Institute will expand and sharpen participants teaching skills through workshops facilitated by national science education experts. Participants will develop original, innovative classroom materials ready for immediate implementation and will be named 2015-16 National Academies Education Fellows at the end of the institute.
Local Summer Institute June 22-25, 2015, Application due date: April 30, 2015
West Coast Summer Institute July 13-18, 2015,Application due date: May 15, 2015
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