January 25, 2024
Are you eager to ignite a passion for independent research in your students without the challenges of lab development and material sourcing? In this online seminar, we unveil a project meticulously crafted by undergraduate and community college educators. This project was designed to seamlessly introduce students to the world of molecular biology, allowing them to apply essential skills and techniques while engaging in a real-world research endeavor.
- Streamlined project design: explore a project specifically created to eliminate the hurdles of lab development, material procurement, and workflow creation, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience for both educators and students
- Real-world application: learn how to integrate molecular biology skills and techniques into a hands-on, authentic research project that aligns with the practical demands of the scientific community
- Skill enhancement: equip your students with valuable lab skills as they progress through the project, fostering a sense of confidence and independence in their research pursuits
- Educator success stories: hear from seasoned educators who have successfully implemented this approach, sharing tips and strategies to optimize the learning experience for both educators and students
This webinar highlights an educator’s use of the Cloning and Sequencing Explorer Series.
This webinar was presented by Ray Cinti, a Biology Instructor at Green Mountain Valley School and Professor of Anatomy and Physiology at the Community College of Vermont. Ray has taught AP Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Biotechnology for over 37 years at the college, high school, and middle school levels. A Bio-Rad Explorer Fellow, he has received two NSTA teaching awards in Biotechnology and Agricultural Science in 2018 and 2019 and has authored over 300 YouTube instructional videos.