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Strategies for Teaching Undergraduate Biology (Additional Webinars)

NEW OFFERINGS! These  webinars are available for individual purchasing. Please note these are not included in the 6-part package. Access the 6-part package here.

Are you looking for innovative ideas for the classroom? Did you miss ASM’s Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE) in 2018? Join for one-hour presentations to learn:

- Present innovative practices for the classroom and lab.
- Highlight unique case studies.
- Share effective implementation efforts of ASM Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Microbiology.

Content for each webinar does not build on previous webinars. Individuals can purchase individual webinars that align with their interests.

Webinars are recorded for later viewing. They will be available approximately 3 business days (M-F) following the webinar.

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Questions about registration, the series, or content? Email Rachel Horak,

Active Learning: A Strategy Supported by Data
Nov 18, 2019, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET
Mary Mawn, Ph.D., Jennifer A. Herzog, Ph.D., Philip Mixter, Ph.D. 
Engaging students in active learning is not a new concept, but is one that needs to be well-developed to allow instructors to measure student gains. Many strategies exist, but sifting through resources is daunting. Learn about this pedagogy and data that support it.

Active Learning: Creating Connections between Students and Knowledge
Dec 9, 2019, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET
Philip Mixter, Ph.D., Jennifer A. Herzog, Ph.D., Mary Mawn, Ph.D. 
The session will be an application of active learning and will share vetted techniques. Participants will leave with new activities to use in their face-to-face, virtual or hybrid classroom environment. Learn how to select an appropriate activity and how to assess its impact on student learning.