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oCUBE JOURNAL CLUB 2020 - 2021

 Month Facilitator  Facilitator Email

 Date of J Club

(times are EST/EDT)

September 2020  Tamara Kelly  Oct. 1 (aka Sept. 31), 12:00 pm  Hales KG. 2020. Signaling inclusivity in undergraduate biology courses through deliberate framing of genetics topics relevant to gender identity, disability, and race. CBE-Life Sciences Education 19(2):
October 2020  Daniel Jeffery  Oct. 19, 4:00 pm  Driessen, E. P., Knight, J. K., Smith, M. K., & Ballen, C. J. (2020). Demystifying the Meaning of Active Learning in Postsecondary Biology Education. CBE—Life Sciences Education, 19(4), ar52
November 2020  Lisa Robertson  Nov. 25, 3:30 pm Sarah Randall Johnson (2018). Academic Engagement and Student Success: Do High-Impact Practices Mean Higher Graduation Rates? The Journal of Higher Education
December 2020  Lovaye Kajiura  Dec. 23, 12:00 pm Knekta, E., Chatzikyriakidou.K, & McCartney, M. (2020). Evaluation of a Questionnaire Measuring University Students’ Sense of Belonging to and Involvement in a Biology Department.CBE—Life Sciences Education 19(3): ar27
January 2021  Jennifer Peter  Jan. 27, 12:30 pm Pope, L., Parker, H.B., and S. Ultsch. 2020. Assessment of specifications grading in an undergraduate dietetics course. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 52(4).
February 2021  Paula Wilson  Feb. 24, 11:00 am Cooper KM, Schinske JN, & Tanner KD. 2021. Reconsidering the Share of a Think–Pair–Share: Emerging Limitations, Alternatives, and Opportunities for Research. CBE-Life Sciences Education 20(1):
March 2021  Chris Garside  Mar 29, 2-3pm EST Keller, A.S., Davidesco, I., & Tanner, K.D. (2020). Attention Matters: How Orchestrating Attention May Relate to Classroom Learning. CBE - Life Sciences Education,19(3); pp. 1-9. DOI: 10.1187/cbe.20-05-0106
 April 2021  Tanya Noel  Mon. Apr. 26 at noon
 Scott, E. E., Wenderoth, M. P., & Doherty, J. H. (2019). Learning progressions: An empirically grounded, learner-centered framework to guide biology instruction. CBE—Life Sciences Education, 18(4), es5.

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