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Online Learning Strategies for Enhancing Students' Understanding of Science & Health

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Air date: Thursday, May 23, 2013, 3:00:00 PM
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Category: Science Education
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Description: NIH Science Education Conversations Series #9

The Office of Science Education (OSE), ORIP, DPCPSI is hosting a new seminar series for everyone at NIH with an interest in science education, The NIH Science Education Conversations Series. This series will include topics ranging from learning about what the future holds for tomorrow's science classroom to how to implement findings from research about the science of education.

The 21st Century is the “age of the genome.” Scientific discoveries in the fields of genetics and genomics are transforming our knowledge of how organisms function and how genes and the environment interact. These insights have led to advances in medicine as well as our understanding of cell biology, evolutionary relationships, and ecology. Students, teachers and the public must be prepared to make informed decisions about health care, participation in research, use of genetically-modified agricultural products, public funding for stem cell research and evidence in criminal cases. In addition, the next generation of researchers are first inspired by knowledgeable K-12 teachers who employ scientifically accurate, up-to-date and engaging materials in the classroom.
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NLM Title: Online learning strategies for enhancing students' understanding of science & health / Louisa Stark.
Series: NIH science education conversations series ; #9
Author: Stark, Louisa.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Office of Science Education,
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Other Title(s): NIH science education conversations series ; #9
Abstract: (CIT): NIH Science Education Conversations Series #9 The Office of Science Education (OSE), ORIP, DPCPSI is hosting a new seminar series for everyone at NIH with an interest in science education, The NIH Science Education Conversations Series. This series will include topics ranging from learning about what the future holds for tomorrow's science classroom to how to implement findings from research about the science of education. The 21st Century is the "age of the genome." Scientific discoveries in the fields of genetics and genomics are transforming our knowledge of how organisms function and how genes and the environment interact. These insights have led to advances in medicine as well as our understanding of cell biology, evolutionary relationships, and ecology. Students, teachers and the public must be prepared to make informed decisions about health care, participation in research, use of genetically-modified agricultural products, public funding for stem cell research and evidence in criminal cases. In addition, the next generation of researchers are first inspired by knowledgeable K-12 teachers who employ scientifically accurate, up-to-date and engaging materials in the classroom.
Subjects: Education, Distance
Health Education
Internet
Science--education
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NLM ID: 101609790
CIT Live ID: 11008
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