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Summer 2009

  • review literature regarding use of scientific literature in the undergraduate science classroom

Fall 2009

  • Identify curricular topics that are based on journal articles that novices can read
  • Identify journal articles that will be used in course
  • Develop classroom activities, presentations, homework assignments that are based upon journal articles
  • Pair project objectives with previous activities and make sure they match up
  • Develop assessments and rubrics that evaluate project objectives
  • Identify research assistant and train them to grade, record, analyze data
  • Ask Bioscholars and colleagues to critique assignments

 

Winter 2010

  • Go live with project
  • April 1 - end of project begin data summary and analysis
  • April 15 - prepare project poster
  • May - Project poster at Biology Scholars Capstone Institute,

 

Anticipated Problems 

         I teach 8 weeks of a 15 week semester course, Principles of Biology.  Can I accomplish my objectives in that time.   

         Can I find enough articles that first year students understand?   

         Will I be able to embed this strategy seamlessly in the curriculum so that it contributes to existing course objectives? 

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