Teaching with Data
As scientists, we spend an inordinate amount of time interpreting, studying and designing figures. But how (and why) should we teach these skills to undergraduate students? Come join a discussion with Dr. Mike Kane, an instructor for the undergraduate Neuroscience program at Penn, who has made it a priority to improve his students’ scientific literacy. He will talk about why he incorporates experimental data into his lectures and will share his tips for teaching students about study design and how to interpret figures. Come share your own experiences and ideas about teaching undergraduates these skills, either in the lab or in the classroom, in this virtual event on Friday November 19th!
Zoom link for the workshop: https://upenn.zoom.us/j/92016824260