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Patient Interviews

One unique feature of SCRB 167, "Stem Cells and Regeneration in the Pathobiology and Treatment of Human Disease," is the use of in-class patient interviews, in which students spend the final hour of a three-hour class asking questions of a live patient about his or her illness and experience.... Read more about Patient Interviews

Peer Review Revisions

In this introductory course for psychology undergraduates, students receive constructive feedback on their writing delivered in a format that simulates the peer review process in academia. Students learn about peer review methods and strengthen their writing.... Read more about Peer Review Revisions

Peer-to-Peer Outline Feedback

Overview: In this activity, students read each other's outlines on their final course paper and then met in small groups to give each other constructive feedback. 

Course: H156 Research Schools

Goals

1) To provide students with feedback on their outlines

2) To give students the opportunity to peer teach and to see how other students are structuring their outlines and arguments

Introduction/Background: Research supports that peer-...

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Pre-Texts Poetry

In this activity, students appropriate and manipulate the words, grammar and themes of a “classic” work in order to develop their own styles as creative writers. By turning an iconic medium into a popular genre, students learn that classic writers have done the same thing, borrowing and stealing other people’s words.... Read more about Pre-Texts Poetry

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