CHEM-342 Introduction to Biochemistry. Spring Semester First Class Prof. Hal White. “…once you have learned to ask questions – relevant and appropriate and substantial questions – you have learned how to learn and no one can keep you from learning whatever you want or need to know.”.
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Prof. Hal White
“…once you have learned to ask questions – relevant and appropriate and substantial
questions – you have learned how to learn
and no one can keep you from learning
whatever you want or need to know.”
Neil Postman & Charles Weingartner
in Teaching as a Subversive Activity, 1969
1. Communication Skills - both verbal and written.
2. Ability to define problems, gather and evaluate information related to the problem, and develop solutions.
3. Ability to work with others, especially in team settings.
4. Ability to address specific problems in complex, real-world settings.
From 1994 Wingspread Conference on “Quality Assurance in Undergraduate Education”
Introduction to BiochemistryInstructional Goals For Students, Cont.
For this class, as a group, to become sufficiently skilled learners to score significantly above the class average in CHEM-641 next fall.
In order for this to happen, you will need to work individually and together so that everyone learns.
Everyone here has unique and special abilities, background, and personality to contribute to the effort.
Resolution of Problem;
(How did we do?)
Presentation of Problem
Next stage of
Organize ideas and
(What do we know?)
Pose questions (What do
we need to know?)
for questions; discuss