As the course moved on, I noticed one of my students responded very well to learning during our labs dissections. It was readily apparent he enjoyed hands-on work, having a definite kinaesthetic learning style. Addressing student learning style and choice is an area I wanted to investigate and study. An opportunity to provide individualized learning arose, so I jumped at the opportunity. My student was more than willing to have a dissection chat and discuss the annelid body systems and their importance. It was a great experience. I'll be doing much more of this in the future, not only with students, but senior students buddying up with junior students as well. Below is the YouTube video of our chat together = }
Welcome to the eCampusLive blog. I'm Jerry Bleecker. I teach Biology, Science, Information Technology, Computer Arts, and more. It's an exciting year to share our experiences with our flipped classroom endeavour.