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id d th i i it d t bi l Evidence based teaching in introductory biology ott Freeman Department of Biology Scott Freeman, Department of Biology University of Washington srf991@u.washington.edu
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ring 2002 Course design Spring 2002 Course design Modified Socratic style Student performance (does not include drops): Spr ‘02 < 1.5 18.2% < 2.5 44.8%
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ring 2003 Course Design: Spring 2003 Course Design: Modified Socratic + 3 5 daily, active learning exercises in class think/pair/share: state a hypothesis, make a prediction, interpret a graph exam style questions: work, give answer, discuss minute papers (handed in but not graded): muddiest point, write an exam question case studies on tough topics: informal groups in class demonstrations with student participation pp
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Spring 2005 Course design Modified Socratic + 3 5 ENFORCED daily questions + weekly, peer graded practice exam Section A: Cards + practice exam done individually d + ti d i Cards + practice exam done in a group ( Structured groups: 1 low
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