Engaged Teaching and Learning: Bethel Faculty in Action
Facilitating lab experiences is often considered an accumulation of hard labor versus gratifying work for an instructor. Join this experienced science educator as she shares her passion, joy, and expertise related to the preparation, execution, completion, assessment, and refinement of lab investigations. Among other issues, Dr. Teresa DeGolier addresses critical topics such as: the optimal relationship between labs and lecture, thought processes involved in creating new labs, setting up and taking down labs, an instructor's role during labs, and student processing/assessment of lab activities.
The paper associated with this video is entitled, "Labs: An Accumulation of Hard Labor? Or an Abundance of Gratifying Work?"
DeGolier, Teresa and Rasmussen, Jay, "Facilitating Lab Experiences: Engaged Teaching and Learning" (2011). Faculty Development Publications. 3.