A 7 minute narrated slide deck explaining my dive into whether first year students benefit from having textbooks.
Poster presentation: Mid-semester class survey to support advising students in General Chemistry
For: Faculty Learning Community on Supporting First Year Students
Alison Morgan and Christine Mueller
Navigating your way through research at the library can be overwhelming and it can be hard to know where to start if you're new to the process. This guide will show you where to go on the Xavier library's website to find the academic resources you need for papers and projects: scholarly journal articles, articles in research databases, and books (print and electronic).
A. M. Ray
A narrated presentation describing a team-based inquiry assignment for introductory biology students (science majors). Students conduct independent research on the COVID-19 pathogen and proposed treatments for the disease. Students learn about and apply principles of medical ethics. They then meet with others investigating the same treatment to collaborate on a presentation describing the treatment. Finally, the treatment groups are reassigned to "colloquium" groups under the guise of hospital Grand Rounds to evaluate a variety of treatments, and to select a treatment with the greatest likelihood of helping a critically ill patient.
This presentation connects the notion of Maslow before Bloom: taking care of ourselves as human adults before we work on mastering knowledge/content. We as faculty can help students learn they can’t pour from an empty cup…just like they can’t learn when their “tank” is empty.
This presentation provides information about the first year student use of OAS services--particularly the tutoring and SI services during the Fall 2020 semester.
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