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Enhancing laboratory experience using Questionmark and feedback loops to drive decision-based learning. Dr. Steve Tucker Senior Teaching Fellow School of Medical Sciences University of Aberdeen. ?. Who needs to know about Western blots?.

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Enhancing laboratory experience using Questionmark and feedback loops to drive decision-based learning

Dr. Steve Tucker

Senior Teaching Fellow

School of Medical Sciences

University of Aberdeen

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Who needs to know about Western blots?

~40% of Medical Science students go on to do research

Strong possibility that they will encounter Western blots

How do we teach about Western blots?

Lectures on theory

Some limited practical demonstrations

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Clearly, practical "hands-on" experience is desirable

Not feasible.......

- cost

- large classes

- complex multistage technique

- time constraints

- technically challenging

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Rationale:

To design an interactive tool to enrich student experience of Western blotting

To represent the protocol as a series of connected decisions each with consequences presented in the form of feedback

Projected outcomes:

Enhanced student understanding of this fundamental technique

Reinforcement of correct principles, avoidance of mistakes

Safe, low cost, interactive experience of Western blotting

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Questionmark Design:

Map WB protocol out as a series of decisions

Design this as a series of questions that lead student through protocol

Answers to the questions determines student progress through the experiment

Will also influence quality of result at the end of the experiment

Students learn interactively about practical aspects through this process

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Flexible use:

Use in lectures/tutorials

Structure like a dry practical session

Embed in practical courses

Remote/online access

Assessment (formative/summative)