TeachTech Blog (SOLS@ASU)

Our TeachTech blog is used for faculty development for the Arizona State University School of Life Sciences. We focus topics on practical tools and techniques for our courses, emphasizing active learning and online activities. We often include guest bloggers that bring in topics on Evidence Based Teaching for STEM related courses.

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Posts by TeachTech Blog (SOLS@ASU)

The Evolution of Biological Diagrams for Instructors

The ability of students to think abstractly and formally is one of the major challenges instructors have faced over time. This is true across all […]

Tips to Make Your Classroom More Inclusive for LGBQT+ Students

 Why do I keep seeing people list pronouns on their email signatures? Can I use the word queer? What’s a deadname? As ASU is defined […]

More than “Syllabus Day”: How the First Day of Class is an Opportunity to Connect

Today more than ever we are competing for our students' attention within the world of unfolding events. We are instructing across a variety of platforms […]

Academic Integrity in the Age of Online Learning

Cheating is nothing new, and with internet access and the move to online learning, the opportunities to act without academic integrity have become more readily […]

Can Someone Believe in God and Accept Evolution? Atheistic Perceptions of Evolution, Decrease Acceptance of Evolution

Most scientists agree that the theory of evolution is a foundational concept in understanding biology, yet it remains rejected by nearly half of the college […]

CREATE-ing Together: Using Perusall and the C.R.E.A.T.E method for increasing reading comprehension and analysis of primary literature

Combining the C.R.E.A.T.E .method with an online annotation and discussion tool like Perusall can empower students to confidently participate in conversations and amplify more voices […]

How to Make Undergraduate Research Experiences More Inclusive for Students with Depression

Depression is a mental health concern for many students and is prevalent among undergraduates at a concerning rate. It has also been shown that underserved […]

#ShutDownSTEM Movement

#SHUTDOWNSTEM Many of you are aware of the #ShutDownSTEM movement planned for today, June 10th, 2020. In the Arizona State University School of Life Sciences, […]

Student Voices On Racism by Ciarra Downing

While racism is very apparent in the world today, many don’t realize how prevalent it is within academia as well. Not only have I experienced […]

Sharing Student Research on Google Sites with Creative Commons

One of the great things about a project-based course is that students can bring fresh, creative angles to the standard topics in a field. Unfortunately, […]

Virtual Poster Sessions for Real-World Skill Application

Aisles of freshly printed ink on large format paper are a hallmark of major scientific conferences all over the globe. Poster sessions are an arena […]

Teach T@lk Webinar: Improving Course Quality Through Backward Design

Despite the best efforts of the instructor or designer of a course, instructional efforts can often fall flat due to poor planning and implementation. Courses […]

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