This Friday September 24th, join a conversation with Claire Gordy and Melissa Ramirez about "BUILDing Biology Education: Incorporating Inclusive 3D Models to Facilitate Constructivist Active Learning"
The proliferation of 3D printing technologies and university Makerspaces has led to widespread use of 3D models in the college classroom. Models of molecules, cells, or organisms improve upon 2D images by more accurately representing biological structures and providing an additional means of representation that is accessible to blind and visually impaired learners. However, simply sharing a 3D model fails to engage students in active learning. In this session, we will share a strategy for pairing 3D models with guided inquiry learning to allow students to construct their own understanding of biological structures, processes, and interactions.
Sit down with other engaged colleagues on Zoom. Based on research by the Summer Institutes, supports are three times more important than barriers in implementing Scientific Teaching in classrooms. Join us for support with the National Institute on Scientific Teaching, formerly the Summer Institutes (Bathgate et al., 2019a, 2019b).
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