Higher Education in Ecology

This survey is designed to assess the current state of higher education practices in ecology and potential new directions to improve teaching. The survey contains 18 questions and it will take between 5-10 minutes to complete. The answers are anonymous.

Any questions regarding the survey should be directed to amyparachnowitsch@gmail.com.

Thank you for your participation!

Amy Parachnowitsch

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    clickers
    just-in-time teaching
    ranking questions
    problem solving exercisies
    cooperative learning
    class discussions
    extensive lecturing
    student presentations
    think-pair-share
    peer evaluation
    field trips
    writing research papers/proposals
    computer/electronic activities (eg Ecobeaker)
    concept mapping
    group activities/projects
    student-selected topics of course content
    multiple drafts of written work
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    lectures
    laboratory exercises
    field excursions
    reading primary literature
    reading textbooks
    interpreting figures
    data analysis
    writing
    student presentation
    designing experiments/studies
    statistics
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    personal motivation
    student resistance
    resource availability
    time
    insufficient tools
    knowledge of how to apply the technique to your course
    class size
    training opportunities
    distraction from your research
    teaching effort is not appreciated/rewarded
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