Monthly Archives:: June 2014

Microbial world to me and my target population

Posted by & filed under Biology, Blackboard, Faculty Development, infographic, Science.

1. Infographics: Why Microbiology? http://visual.ly/why-i-picked-microbiology-   Description:  It is a very interesting and one of the pre requisite subject to enter into any health care field. However, students are scared of this subject as it has too much content to cover in one semester. On the other hand, by mid semester, students start liking this […]

Learning Styles Lesson

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Heidi Ramirez Title: “Learning Styles” Class:  This lesson will be used in EAP340-Low Intermediate Composition.  In EAP 340, students develop the ability to use writing-related technology and plan, write, revise, and edit sentences and paragraphs at the low-intermediate level.   Credit does not apply toward any associate degree. Class Format: Face-to-Face; 1½ hours Student Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, students […]

Achey Breaky Heart- The Cardiac Conduction System

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The Cardiac Conduction System Sino-Atrial [SA] node or primary pacemaker – cells that generate an electrical current. Atrioventricular [AV] node or secondary pacemaker- receives the electrical impulse. Cardiac muscle action potentials– SA-AV electrical activity causes the right atrium to contract. Heartbeat -the result of cardiac muscle action potential, travelling throughout the heart. Intrinsic heart rate: […]

Supervillains: the real Heroes

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Luke Leonard Title: Supervillains: the real Heroes Before class: I will require them to watch one of these three videos and to begin reading Joseph Campbell’s The Hero with a Thousand Faces. I explain that these videos are You Tube and not professionally done, thought the authors in these videos do have some credibility. Entrance […]

Lesson Plan for Chakras: Wheels of Life

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Buffy Pilloud Title: Chakras, Wheels of Life (Note—Chakras are subtle energy systems of the body that correlate to the physical body’s endocrine system.) Class: Yoga PEM 1121 AND Meditation for Stress Management HLP 1093 Introduction: I chose this lesson because I cover this topic in both my Yoga and Meditation for Stress Management classes, so […]

R.I.P. Print?

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Is print dead? Print is not dead.  Rumors of its death have been greatly exaggerated.  The economics of the publishing industry, which of course includes e-publishing, is one of the reasons print will be with us for a long time to come.  If you’d like to listen to a discussion of this issue, NPR aired […]

Trigonometry

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This infographic shows all the trigonometric functions on one page. It is useful for students to have it in a place where they can visually access this: http://www.infohow.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/RS-Trigonometry-Definition.gif  

Wanna Hangout?

Posted by & filed under Blackboard, Circles, Destinations, EAP, Education, Faculty Development, Information Technology, Technology, Uncategorized.

This summer I am taking Destination Circles of Innovation.  I just learned about Google Hangout from James May. Edie, James, and I “hanged out” for a few hours, and I learned a few tricks that I want to try next semester. Google Hangout seems like a combination of Skype, Facebook, Youtube, texting, and much more […]

Whose Language is it Anyway?

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INTRODUCTION EAP stands for English for Academic Purposes, but what is academic English and why is it important? *College: Students need specialized vocabulary in college classes. Academic subjects vary in – their vocabulary and expressions, – the types of text used (for instance essays, reports, research articles or summaries), – their texts’ structure and organization. […]

Final Draft Plan: The Black Death

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Andrew Kinsell Title: The Black Death Class: EUH 2000, Western Civilizations I Introduction: The focus of my class on the Black Death is not the disease itself but the societal impacts the Black Death had throughout Europe.  In order to accomplish this goal I will include a short video and a primary source (Boccaccio’s Decameron). […]

Are You Scared of MERS? Let TED Tell You.

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MERS: AN EMERGING LETHAL VIRAL DISEASE MERS is a new type of viral respiratory disease that has recently been reported in a couple of confirmed cases here in Orlando. The causative virus is MERS-CoV, a corona virus similar to those that cause the common cold. It qualifies as an EID, emerging infectious disease. It has […]

Cuban Missile Crisis

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Name:  Nancy Maurer Discipline: History Intro:  Here are the two pieces of media which I will be using in my classes for Fall 2014 on the Cuban Missile Crisis. Image: http://www.juhaliede.com/poster3.html   Video: YouTube video sponsored by the Massachusetts School of Law (3:38) Here is the embed link: 

Love with Microbiology (good microbes)

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Singh Final Project Discipline: Biology Video Title: Simple Science – The Micro-Organisms Song  Categories: Science, Education Time Frame: The very first day of class Introduction: This is a really good video to take away fear of students taking this class of Microbiology that all microbes are bad. Learning Objective: Students will gain perspectives on the […]

Threaded Lesson: Is the War on Drugs a War against Minority Communities?

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Heather Bryson Lesson: The War on Drugs Introduction: Is the War on Drugs a War on Minority Communities? Short Lecture: History of the 15th Amendment, the Voting Rights Act, and the War on Drugs Video: Ted-Ed – Bryan Stevenson “We Need  to Talk about an Injustice” http://www.ted.com/talks/bryan_stevenson_we_need_to_talk_about_an_injustice Group analysis(5 or 6 small groups): Analysis of […]