Presented by Dr. John Roach, lead author of many SimUText Ecology interactive chapters.
May 13th, 2022
Interested in test-driving the updated and enhanced version of Life History? Dr. John Roach is the lead author of many SimUText Ecology interactive chapters, which he uses instead of a traditional textbook in his Ecology course at the University of Montana. John will demo Life History and any other SimBio teaching tools of interest to participants. Registration closed
Presented by Dr. Stephanie Gardner, Purdue University.
March 3, 2022
Undergraduate biology students often struggle with graphing. This webinar shares our findings on how student graphing differs from that of more experienced graphers, common student challenges when graphing, and a framework we developed for helping biology students learn to make better graphs. I’ll also share a model of graph construction and upcoming graphing assessments we are developing with the research team at SimBio. Registration closed.
Our Content Specialists (Biologists/Educators/Authors) host small-group and one-on-one webinars for college instructors.
These sessions are an efficient way to learn about our modules, brainstorm solutions for particular courses, better understand ordering options, and preview features in the SimUText System® Instructor Portal. (High school instructors, please start here)
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