Category Archives: course 3

“Making proteins” in a visual way

I have spent the last few weeks focusing on Visual literacy, looking at everything from where people look most often when they view computer screens (top, and a bit to the left – don’t make pages where casual viewers need … Continue reading

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Redesigning the Pentadactyl limb (lesson)

In this post, I will reflect on a presentation I have created and attempt to improve it using better visual presentations techniques, in order to better communicate the message to my audience. When I looked at this CoeTAIL task, I thought that I … Continue reading

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Redesigning the digestive system

I am currently doing both the CoeTAIL course, and a Teaching for understanding (TfU) course through the Harvard Graduate Education Program.  While I am finding the CoeTAIL course way more stimulating, and interesting, I am finding the TfU course a … Continue reading

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What not to do in a CC Image Search lesson

This week, Our CoeTAIL course instruction (along with some good readings) was “Use Creative Commons image search to find an appropriate image to use in at least one of the classes you teach. Include this image in a blog post … Continue reading

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The Journey is the destination

This was a really interesting blog post for me to write. I was trying to record how my teaching has changed / evolved, since I started the CoeTAIL course, around 6 months ago.  Maybe at heart I am old school, … Continue reading

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