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Focusing on Civic Engagement: IGELS Tools, Tips, & Strategies to Enhance Undergraduate Biology for Non-majors

Author(s): Davida Smyth1, Tamar Goulet2

1. Texas A&M San Antonio 2. University of Mississippi

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We can help students find relevance when we teach though issues that we experience in our daily lives.​ This workshop session provides an introduction to civic engagement and led participants through developing an outline of an issue they would be…

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We can help students find relevance when we teach though issues that we experience in our daily lives.​ This workshop session provides an introduction to civic engagement and led participants through developing an outline of an issue they would be interested in teaching.

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Version 1.0 - published on 18 Nov 2022 doi:10.25334/EK17-G910 - cite this

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These materials were presented as part of the workshop "Interactions in General Education Life Science Courses (IGELS): Tools, Tips, & Strategies to Enhance Undergraduate Biology for Non-majors" at the 2022 meeting of the National Association of Biology Teachers. 

Visit the NABT 2022 page of the IGELS group for additional information and the other workshop materials. 

This work was supported by NSF award number DUE-2126154

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