Jeff Longland

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Clickers in Teaching Biology

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Via a colleague, I just heard of a clicker seminar being held in June by the Canadian Council of University Biology Chairs:

The purpose of this session is to introduce attendees to different ways that colleagues have and are adopting clickers to teaching science in general and biology in particular. One goal is to give people who have worked with clickers a chance to trade ideas, experiences and best practises (not to mention avoiding the worst ones). A second goal is to give those who are thinking of taking this approach to teaching some indications of how one might proceed. A third goal is to establish a network of people using clickers in teaching biology to provide a forum for exchanging ideas.

For more info, please see Clickers in Teaching Biology, June 4th 2007


Written by jlongland

March 15, 2007 at 10:15 am

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