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Blended Learning and Educational Technology to enhance Biology

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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
1213Beyond Blended: Multi-Access and Connected Learning to Support Learner Engagement and Access
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Blended Learning and Educational Technology to enhance BiologyIrvine, Valerie.Blended Learning
hybrid learning
multi-access learning
student-centered learning
open education
assessment for learning
online learning
e-learning
12Blended Learning and Educational Technology to enhance Biology
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Blended Learning and Educational Technology to enhance BiologyPetersen, Christine; Anttila-Suarez, Carina; Gray-Mitsumune, Madoka.Educational Technology
Blended Learning
QUBES
205Blended Strategies for Science Instruction
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Blended Learning and Educational Technology to enhance BiologyJakubec, Melissa; Harrison, Michelle.blended
guided inquiry
744Counting the Forest and the Trees: Quantitative Undergraduate Biology Education and Synthesis (QUBES) is a tool for Vision and Change
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Blended Learning and Educational Technology to enhance BiologyPoli, DorothyBelle.QUBES
digital tools
community
1190Strategies to Enhance Student Learning
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Blended Learning and Educational Technology to enhance BiologyArthur, Peter.student learning
Blended Learning
Two-Stage Exams
Open Educational Resources
media
1102The Lecture Hall as an Arena of Inquiry: Using Cinematic Lectures and Inverted Classes (CLIC) to Flip an Introductory Biology Lecture Course
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Blended Learning and Educational Technology to enhance BiologyMarcey, David J..flipped classes
flipped classroom
Active learning
online lectures
cinematic lectures
Blended Learning
flipped pedagogy
hybrid learning
hybrid classes

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