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Extractions: The quarter closes this week so be sure to get your notebook up to date. I am collecting them next week for grading. Classes this week are going to develop a new lab for studying photosynthesis. I have never done this particular lab but it offers a great opportunity for students to develop an understanding of what goes into developing a lab and how to set up experiments. They will work for a couple of blocks on the basics then design extensions for research. We will continue to study the process of photosynthesis. Use some of the sites below for some explanations of photosynthesis. Remember to continue to keep up with your homework. You should be getting your notebook ready for grading. Go over your notes every couple of days and you will be ready for quizzes.
Extractions: A faculty developer colleague posted a question on "how to get students to prepare for class" on a discussion list. Below are the responses posted back to the list. Each starts with the person who contributed the response followed by what they said. Mainly the responses are either resources on this topic or examples of strategies to encourage students to come to class prepared. There are some good ideas here. The Evergreen State College Collaborative learning is a powerful incentive for preparing for class. At Evergreen, where much of the teaching and learning revolves around the "book seminar" or small group explorations, we build strong norms around preparing for collaborative work in class. Yes, it's much easier when a whole college reinforces this ethos.
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Extractions: CONDENSED SYLLABUS/INFORMATION Office Hours Prerequisites Objectives Texts ... Gen. Chem Online Resources (Bulletin Board, Chat, Self-Tests) Most of you were present in CH 111 and we are happy to see you continue your study of Chemistry. Last semester we studied some of the basics of chemistry, including atoms and molecules, gases the Periodic Table, some chemical reactions, stoichiometry, the structure of matter, the properties of some elements and compounds, oxidation states, thermochemistry, properties and reactions of metals, thermodynamics, and an introduction to organic chemistry via the hydrocarbons. All this will provide a basis for the work this semester, and you will see these topics reappear as we study solids and liquids and intermolecular forces, equilibrium, electrochemistry, and rates of reactions. We will then apply this knowledge to a brief study of the environment. We will also look at nuclear chemistry (and begin to understand the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear power), and finish with some cosmochemistry and look at two fields of great current interest, polymer chemistry and materials science. Here again we need to apply the ideas we learned previously.
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Extractions: Liz Porcelli called the meeting to order at 7:30 PM. Joann DeBonis led the opening and flag salute. Maria OConnell presented the Treasurers Reports as of January 31, 2002 showing a balance on hand of $13,794.83 and as of February 28,2002 showing a balance on hand of $10,974.80. The February 28 report was adjusted to show a balance on hand of $11,226.80. The reports will be filed for audit. Diane Cornell distributed the minutes of the previous meeting and reminded everyone that the minutes are also posted to the website. The minutes were approved as distributed. Alison Neu reported 4 sympathy cards were sent out, a get well card was circulated for signatures, and a thank you was sent to a 6th grade parent for donating money to the PTA.
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Extractions: Developmental Algebra 8 (Pre-Algebra) College Prep. Course - Prerequisite : A or A- average in 7th. grade math. Course Content : Basic algebra concepts, positive and negative numbers, solution of equations and inequalities, graphing, arithmetic review, problem solving, etc. Homework required. Notebook required. Proficiency Math 8 Gen. Ed. Course - Prerequisite : Passage of 7th. grade math. Course Content : Material directly related to the sixteen outcomes on the state proficiency test, frequent practice tests, test taking tips, etc. Homework required. Notebook required. Eighth Grade Physical Education This grade level usually puts the emphasis on team sports. These would include basketball, volleyball, softball, football and soccer. Several individual sports are also played such as table tennis, badminton, and tennis. Not only do the students learn the rules of the game, but also scoring, safety and skills. Eighth Grade English Eighth grade English is focused on strengthening the recognition and use of the eight parts of speech, sentence structure, and usage. Writing skills are developed by learning correct writing techniques and composition development. Life Science - Eighth Grade A general introduction to science. Some in depth study of the characteristics of all living things, with an emphasis on the different kinds of organisms. A general study of growth, nutrition, behavior, and ecology is also included.
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Extractions: Contains sections on chemistry review, large molecules. cellular biology, enzyme biochemistry, glycolysis and the Krebs cycle and photosynthesis. Includes practice quizzes and tests. Mendelian Genetics Central Dogma Prokaryotic Genetics and Gen National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) Division on Earth and Life Sciences
Extractions: 597 events found, displaying 541 - 597 All Date Time Event Title Subject Level Type TechnoScience: A Resource Designed to Help Teachers Update Their Competence and Skills in Teaching Science and Technology in the Elementary/Middle Grades Gen Exhibitor Workshop Ward's AP Biology ProgramBench Tested for Success, Part II Bio Exhibitor Workshop Will This Be on the Test? Assessment Strategies Gen Exhibitor Workshop Grand Illuminations: As Seen on TV Gen Exhibitor Workshop Lysol/NSTA Science and Your Health Challenge Reception Reception A Look at the Night Sky: Engaging Students in Meaningful Sky Viewing Activities Earth Presentation Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum's Astronomy Connections Program Earth Workshop Assessment Share-the-Wealth Gen Presentation Bringing RNA into View Bio Workshop Build a Spectroscope and Explore Spectra Chem Workshop Building a Presence for Science Reception Reception Building Networks of Support in Rural North Carolina Gen Presentation Computational Programs in the Chemistry Classroom Chem Presentation Creating Stimulating Simulations Gen Presentation Developing Exemplars of Innovative Practices in Science Teaching Bio Presentation Does Life Really Exist on Earth?
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Extractions: Chemistry 21 General Chemistry 2 Spring 2001, T. Austell Please READ CAREFULLY Course Prerequisites Chemistry 11 (C- or better) and 11L, Math 10. It is a violation of the UNC Honor Code to be enrolled in this course without credit for the proper prerequisites. Course Section, Time and Location Section 3, 8 9:15 am, Venable 207. Course Instructor: Todd L. Austell, Ph.D. Office: 234 Venable Hall Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours: MW 9:30 11 am, Friday mornings. Th. Afternoons in Gen. Chem. Resource Center (TBA), Ve225. Required Text and Materials: Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity th Edition, Kotz and Treichel. Student Solutions Manual to Accompany Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity th Edition, Alton J. Banks. Access Code: For WebAssign ONLINE Homework. Purchase ASAP (~$7) at service desk of student store textbook department. OPTIONAL: Saunders Interactive General Chemistry CD-ROM (to accompany Kotz and Treichel Text) Note: Available for use in the General Chemistry Resource Center (Ven. 225). Three-ring Binder Buy a good one to hold all your class handouts, notes, and
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Extractions: A.) The Sylvania ROOTS Program sends out e-mails at the beginning of every term to the instructors of our students. We would like to let instructors know about the resources available to program participants and to faculty and staff working with our students. If a Sylvania ROOTS Program student is having difficulty in a course you teach please contact the program, let us know what is going on, and we will see if we can help. Also, if a student is experiencing great success in your class, please drop us a line so that we can reinforce that success with the student. Q.) What about students privacy and FERPA? A.) Upon entry into the program, students sign consent form letting them know that we will be communicating with other college faculty and staff to support students educational career at PCC. Q.) Do you have an advisory committee? A.) Yes, we are very fortunate to be working with a committed group of PCC employees help us monitor program implementation and recommend necessary improvements.
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Extractions: From the Office of Associate Dean Guidelines and Concerns Regarding Plus/Minus Grades The following statement was prepared by the ACES Undergraduate Educational Policy Committee. In 1993, the UIUC Senate revised the campus grading system to include plus and minus grades (Section 70 of the Code of Policies and Regulations Applying to All Students). The new grading system became effective Fall 1996. While there are some important positive attributes associated with the revised grading system, there have been several issues raised regarding its use. These issues affect many students and are a source of complaints to advisors and the College. Students report that they are sometimes unaware of the grading system used in a course until the end of the semester. Others report that the instructor changes the grading system during or at the end of the semester. Still others report that a different grading system is used in the same course taught by different instructors. Worse yet, some students report that different grading systems are used in different sections of a course taught in the same semester. And finally, students are concerned that there is no mathematical balance to a grade of A-, since A+ is equal to an A in the computation of the point hour ratio. ACES Undergraduate Educational Policy Committee has reviewed the plus-minus grading system and the various issues that have been raised. UEPC fully embraces the rights of the individual instructor to use whatever grading system he or she deems appropriate, within the rules of the campus. The use of a plus/minus grading system is determined by the instructor. Students may be awarded grades on a scale that includes only A, B, C, D, and F.
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Extractions: formatted for the Web by Stan Brown Summary: A lot of math students tend to ask the same questions or express the same frustrations, and instructors may not always have good answers on the tip of their tongue. And sometimes the question the student asks is just the tip of the iceberg and there is a "hidden script", a deeper question that is what's really bothering the student. How to Succeed in Math Contents: 1. "I really know this material, but I just don't do well on tests." 2. "The test is too long; if I'd had more time I could have done really well." 3. "The tests aren't like the homework." 4. "Careless mistakes keep killing me. I made a lot of stupid mistakes." ... 15. "Where are we ever going to use this stuff?" This is a common complaint. But there is a distinction between knowing something and having seen it before . Sometimes you may recognize the correct answer; but with real knowledge, you can construct solutions and even reconstruct the theory with your pencil. While most teachers will say that students eventually mature into effective ways of learning, we have very little to guide students in this direction, particularly as reading texts, listening to lectures, and reading notes may tend to reinforce that learning is recognition.
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Extractions: The best way to contact me is by e-mail. Even if you call me, I'll probably ask that you send your question by e-mail since my answer often consists of links to web sites, commands that you need to type in or other forms of information that are better conveyed in typewritten format. Chris Ho will be grading all the homework. You can think of bioinformatics there's a combination of biology and information. Bioinformatics can be thought of as the analysis of biological information. Biology is becoming an information science. As a biological techniques are becoming more sophisticated and high throughput techniques are generating more and more data it is becoming increasingly important to have sophisticated analytical tools to analyze this data. Is becoming so huge that it is important to have sophisticated database management systems to store and organize this data. Originally, biologists started out by doing experiments in animals then they moved to doing experiments in test tubes now they're doing experiments in computers. It's called in in silico biology.
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Extractions: Biology 207C-001, 002 Deborah.email@example.com Course Description: This course provides an overview of microorganisms and their importance to humans. An overview of the various microorganisms, along with their respective structures and functions will be covered. An emphasis will be placed on the role of microorganisms in human disease. This course satisfies a general education requirement (Category D) and is a required course for students pursuing a degree in nursing. A lab is also offered for this course. The lab may be optional, depending on the student's degree requirements. Lecture and lab do not have to be taken together. Required Text: Microbiology: An Introduction by Tortora, Funke and Case, 7 th edition, media update. Publisher: Benjamin Cummings. A subscription to The Microbiology Place web site is also required and should come free with a new text. Students with used texts will be instructed on how to obtain a subscription. Attendance: Examinations: Outside Readings: Poster Presentation: Homework Assignments: Evaluation: Academic Dishonesty: Study Tips: Student Expectations: E Mail Addresses: For the Fall 2002 semester, exams are scheduled on or around the following dates: September 10,October 10, November 7, and December 5.
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