Tuesday, 8 January 2013: 2:30 PM
Room 13AB (Austin Convention Center)
Introductory college-level science courses for non-majors are critical gateways to imparting not only discipline-specific information, but also the basics of the scientific method and how science influences society. They are also indispensable for student success to degree. During this panel discussion I will demonstrate some of the interactive on-line activities used to teach concepts and how scientists approach problem solving, and how these activities have impacted student learning. More advanced interactive activities are also used in our courses for department majors, some of these will be discussed and demonstrated.
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