b Cates Syllabus Winter 2011

b Cates Syllabus Winter 2011 - Biology 100 Winter 2011...

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Biology 100 Winter 2011 Sections 11-19 (10:00 am 446 MARB) Sections 21-28 (12:00 pm 446 MARB) Instructors and Biology 100 Course Manager: Rex G. Cates, Department of Biology, College of Life Sciences ([email protected]) Stephanie Burdett, Department of Biology, College of Life Sciences ([email protected])
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10:00 am TA’s: Derek Hull Section 011 (Friday – W005 BNSN) [email protected] Drew Whittier Section 012 (Friday – 363 MARB) [email protected] Todd Jaramillo Section 013 (Friday – 132 SNLB) [email protected] Beau Walker Section 014 (Friday – 340 CTB) [email protected] Julie Rasmussen Section 015 (Friday – C460 ESC) [email protected] Ryan Barlow Section 016 (Friday – 114 BRMB) [email protected] Paul Belnap Section 017 (Friday – C255 ESC) [email protected] Scott Johnson Section 018 (Friday – 125 HRCB) [email protected] Kayla Melling Section 019 (Friday – 324 TNRB) [email protected] 12:00 pm TA’s: Darron Fors Section 021 (Friday – 150 HRCB) [email protected] Addison Alley Section 022 (Friday – W006 BNSN) [email protected] Tatyana Isupov Section 023 (Friday – 343 MARB) [email protected] Julie Rasmussen
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Course Description and Purpose The course is designed to help students develop basic literacy in the biological sciences and intellectual skills to “think clearly, communicate effectively, and act wisely” (* The Value of a General Education , BYU ) as stewards and citizens in your home, community, and the world. The purpose of this course is to help students become prudent stewards and responsible skeptics in our homes, communities, and world. Definitions: 1) Basic literacy: Understand major concepts and vocabulary of biology at the level of the well- informed citizen. 2) Prudent: careful and sensible; marked by informed and sound judgment. 3) Well-informed citizen: One who understands biological information found in common literature. For example, abstracts in popular science journals, the internet, newspapers, and popular magazines. *as outlined in the BYU Aims and the GE foundation document: Scientific Principles and Reasoning: Biological Science, Physical Science, and Social Science Learning Outcomes 1. Students will understand and be able to explain basic biological concepts and content. 2. Students will be able to apply sound reasoning using biological literacy to evaluate a scientific or other claim. 3. Students will respect divergent opinions and intelligently converse about current scientific issues. 4. Students will learn to evaluate information, and effectively communicate arguments using reliable evidence. Lectures and Discussion Sections Monday and Wednesday: Emphasized on Monday and Wednesday is learning and understanding the biological content that relates to the emphasis for the week. This will include a set of terms or phrases that are necessary to understand the biological concepts being taught. You will be responsible for knowing these terms before lecture
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