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Learning science is a good place to start, not stop: Taking the next steps toward creating an inclusive classroom and meaningful learning

Research in biology education has helped us better understand how students learn. Learning objectives, backward design, and high structure not only increase learning, but also reduce the achievement gap among students. The good news is that these kinds of practices have been incorporated and are now a standard in many classes, textbooks, and online systems.

Incorporating these practices is just a first step. It is also critical to be inclusive, offer diverse perspectives, tell stories, connect facts and concepts to real-world issues, and even spark joy. In this webinar, James Morris will share resources and practices he uses in his introductory biology class that foster learning.

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