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Teamwork as a Strategy for Physical Distancing and Social Connection in Labs

Dec 4 - Dec 5, 2020
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Term: Fall 2020

Date: December 4th, 2020

Time: 9:30am - 11:00am

Location: ONLINE ONLY

Instructor: Jill Sible, Larry Cox, & Craig Tollin

Presented By: Office of the University Provost (PROV)

 

Description:

This workshop is for individuals who are planning to teach fall lab courses with some in-person instruction. Participants will learn about SCALE-UP (student-centered active learning environment for undergraduate programs) pedagogy and how it may be adapted for lab instruction. We will discuss strategies for developing effective teams, and how to use our own devices (cell phones and laptops) for video recording and live streaming. We will learn how to design labs where only one team member attends in person each week as the experimentalist, while the others participate remotely with defined roles. Finally, we will practice this remote, team-based approach to learning by making something delicious together in our respective home kitchens! Co-hosted by Undergraduate Education, TLOS, and the Academy of Integrated Science.

 

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