Tuesday, December 11, 2007: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Royal Palm Salon Five, Royal Palm Ballroom, First Floor (Town & Country)

Symposium: Making Connections Between Educational Theory And Teaching Practice In Entomology

Organizer(s): Martha Rosett Lutz, mlutz0005@kctcs.edu
Moderator(s): Kenneth Yeargan, kyeargan@uky.edu
8:00 AM Introductory Remarks
8:05 AM0781Introduction to educational theory and its application in entomology teaching
Martha Rosett Lutz, mlutz0005@kctcs.edu
8:35 AM0782Case studies from an experienced teacher
Kenneth Yeargan, kyeargan@uky.edu
9:05 AM0783Nuts and bolts of good teaching
Laurel Hansen
9:35 AM Break
9:50 AM0784Silken connections among insects, science, and human cultures
Carol M. Anelli, carol_anelli@wsu.edu
10:20 AM0785Activities in the classroom: Sparking meaningful learning
Ashleigh Morton, anmorton@purdue.edu, Tom Turpin, turpin@purdue.edu
10:50 AM0786Connections with textbook design
Charles A. Triplehorn, Ctriplhrn@aol.com
11:20 AMUpdating Entomology: Introducing a Scenario-based and Modularised Architecture for Learning
Nigel R Andrew, nigel.andrew@une.edu.au
11:50 AM Panel Discussion

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