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==Suggestions about how to run the next session==
==Suggestions about how to run the next session==
#As noted last week, on Wednesday's class, spend approximately 20-30 minutes answering "questions posed" about the previous week's presentations.  This will reinforce what was learned the previous week, and potentially act as a trasition to that day's discussion.  Then the remainder of the time is "up to the people presenting" (i.e., a brief discussion about topics and then one-on-one, or whatever needs to be taken care of...).
#As noted last week, on Wednesday's class, spend approximately 20-30 minutes answering "questions posed" about the previous week's presentations.  This will reinforce what was learned the previous week, and potentially act as a trasition to that day's discussion.  Then the remainder of the time is "up to the people presenting" (i.e., a brief discussion about topics and then one-on-one, or whatever needs to be taken care of...).

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BMCB625 Advanced Topics in Molecular Biology

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Suggestions about how to run the next session

  1. As noted last week, on Wednesday's class, spend approximately 20-30 minutes answering "questions posed" about the previous week's presentations. This will reinforce what was learned the previous week, and potentially act as a trasition to that day's discussion. Then the remainder of the time is "up to the people presenting" (i.e., a brief discussion about topics and then one-on-one, or whatever needs to be taken care of...).

--Chris 18:29, 18 April 2007 (EDT)

Suggestions about how the run the next term

  1. Get the list of class participants from the BMB office (this year I kept waiting for the registration list--bad idea!) and have an organizational meeting in Mid-March so that the sessions can be posted. That way the general faculty, students and postdocs can attend. Also, theoretically anyway, it would give class more time to prepare for the presentations.

Maureen 18:44, 18 April 2007 (EDT)

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