Refocus on Student Collaboration and Prioritize Hands-On Labs and Learning
Thursday, August 19, 2021
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|Learn strategies that refocus student collaboration and learning with hands-on Biopac Student Labs. We’re excited to showcase three instructors who share their experiences adapting to the recent COVID-19 crisis and how they managed to prioritize practical and meaningful labs.|
We examine ways to help students relearn working together, catch-up on in-person discovery, and get the most out of active learning after a year of virtual instruction.
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About Maia Pujara, PhD
Maia Pujara, Ph.D. is a neuroscientist with a focus on the effects of emotion (affect) on decision-making and positive mood inductions to improve decision-making, well-being, and mental health. She teaches Psychology at Sarah Lawrence College and has many publications related to the ventromedial prefrontal cortex.
About Brittany Nackley, MS
Brittany Nackley, M.S., is an instructor at Virginia Tech in the Psychology Department and is currently pursuing her PhD in biological psychology. Her research interests include the autonomic nervous system and its effect on emotions, especially anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
About Laureen Pladdys-Paret, DC
Laureen Pladdys-Paret, DC, teaches General Physiology Lab and Anatomy & Physiology Lab to nursing, pre-med, pre-dental and exercise science students at Cabrini University.
About Jasmine Anderson
Jasmine was the Biopac Student Lab Product Manager; she previously served as the Midwest Regional Sales Representative for four years. Prior to joining BIOPAC Systems, Jasmine taught undergraduate laboratory courses and received training in active learning strategies for STEM.