On Friday, Oct. 18, there will be a CAST Meeting (Conversations About Science Teaching)—“A Five-Year Examination of Student Success in a Biology Course using Lecture, Blended, and Hybrid Methods” by Beatriz Gonzalez—in B-012 at 2 p.m.
In this presentation, Dr. Gonzalez will present her analysis of success rates (defined as percent of students earning a grade of C or higher) in a college general biology course for majors over a five-year period. The only difference among the sections taught was the teaching method employed. Three types of teaching methods were used: active lecture, blended, and hybrid. The active lecture method involved lecturing in a classroom with the use of clicker-style questions and laboratory at a different time, while the blended method was taught in the laboratory and combined the lecture and laboratory exercises. The hybrid method consisted of online lectures with weekly laboratory sessions.
For more information contact Mapi Cuevas at 352-395-5129 or firstname.lastname@example.org.