Category Archives: Flipped Classroom Student Lectures
Last, but not least, Jennifer, Gabby, Ola and Theepika (L-R), gave a great talk about the impacts of climate change on vegetation.
When Bonnie, Tiffani, Mohammad, Nivetha and Awais came to give their lecture, we got into a bit of trouble. At the beginning of the term, I discovered that our assigned lecture room was a very old classroom in xxx, with old … Continue reading
As the student lecture series went on, it was very evident that student teams who presented later in the term were learning a lot from the content, organization, and delivery style of earlier teams. The acid deposition lecture team demonstrated amazing use of … Continue reading
I really like this photo of the team: Katherine, Simmy, Ika, Raquel and Wafa. They’re just really engaged in giving their excellent lecture. My colleague, Professor Shibani Chaudhury, who was on sabbatical from Visva-Bharati University, India, who does research on … Continue reading
My graduate degrees (MSc and DPhil) both examined interactions between herbivores and their habitats, so this applied topic is near and dear to my heart! From left to right: Nick P., Albert, Sandra, Liron and Nick B. made me very … Continue reading
From left to right: Bava, Layla, Bahar, April and Ron (who had a really weird thing happen with his Applied Plant Ecology tweets, when Twitter deleted them).