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This Friday June 18th, join a conversation with Dax Ovid and Mallory Rice about "Using Instructor Talk to Promote a Positive Learning Environment." How do students remember and perceive instructor language? Instructor Talk is the non-content language used by instructors in classrooms, and it is present in every life science course analyzed to date. Through a combination of activities, we will review examples of Instructor Talk that students remembered and reflect on how we might use non-content language to foster positive and inclusive learning environments.
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).
Register for NIST Happy Hour above with Dax Ovid and Mallory Rice
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Every Friday since April 2020, from 1-2 pm Pacific or 4-5 pm Eastern time, SI community members, friends and affiliates have met up to discuss "all things teaching and learning in epic times." Would you like to present at a future Happy Hour? If so, please email: nationalinstituteonst@gmail.com

 

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  • Add questions and comments to the conversation about Scientific Teaching: inclusivity, active learning, assessment, backward design, virtual labs, virtual fieldwork, how to build community in online courses and more.
  • Find like minded colleagues to collaborate with
Join the National Institute on Scientific Teaching (formerly Summer Institutes) slack workspace by clicking here, confirming your email address (check your spam filters if you don't see it), and start a conversation!
     
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