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4. Work in small groups to analyze, discuss, and solve problems in the context of cellular and subcellular biology. 5. Interpret information on figures and draw conclusions based on descriptive or graphical data in the context of cellular and subcellular biology. 6. Communicate evidence-based scientific ideas related to cellular and subcellular biology clearly and succinctly in writing. 7. Appreciate the diversity and complexity of the machinery responsible for the biochemical pathways of life. K. A typical week for a BIOL 112 Starting on Thursday at 1pm: Complete pre-readings prior to attempting the quiz (textbook, animations etc). Targeted pre-reading document and a list of learning objectives for each course topic will be posted to guide you in your class preparations for the in-class activities. Complete the on-line LaunchPad pre-class quiz by each due date (see schedule on Canvas). Attend lectures and participate in i>Clicker questions and in the small group learning activities. Practice by solving additional questions on LaunchPad and CANVAS. Other suggested study strategies: Reading the textbook – note ideas and concepts you had difficulty understanding. During the lecture – note answers to clicker questions and relevancy to the material. Immediately after the lecture - summarize the main and/or important points. Keep up with the material – cramming rarely pays off! L. Other Resources Learning Centre The Learning Centre is located in room 1114 Biological Sciences and will be open Monday through Friday, 8 am – 5 pm. The Learning Centre can be used for individual or group study. The Learning Centre will be staffed with teaching assistants. The weekly T.A. schedule will be posted on Canvas . Optional Small Group Sessions/Targeted Tutorials
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6 Occasionally, small group sessions may be scheduled throughout the term to assist students in various areas of the course. Examples may include special review sessions, viewing midterm exam questions, etc. Details will be announced in class as well as on Canvas . Sign-up instructions (if applicable) will also be posted on Canvas . M. Classroom Civility To create and preserve a classroom atmosphere that optimizes teaching and learning, all participants share a responsibility in creating a civil and non-disruptive forum. Students are expected to conduct themselves at all times in the classroom in a manner that does not disrupt teaching or learning. In addition, assume that it is your responsibility to ask fellow students who are or being disruptive to be quiet. N. Academic Misconduct From the UBC Academic Calendar: Academic honesty is essential to the continued functioning of the University of British Columbia as an institution of higher learning and research. All UBC students are expected to behave as honest and responsible members of an academic community. Breach of those expectations or failure to follow the appropriate policies, principles, rules, and guidelines of the University with respect to academic honesty may result in disciplinary action.
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