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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Open Interdisciplinary Science Education by John Jungck

Abstract: How do we prepare our students for the challenges of 21st century science, productive careers, and responsible citizenship as well as to become the leaders and innovators of tomorrow? John Jungck, a professor of mathematical molecular evolutionary biology at the University of Delaware, will suggest "Ten Principles" that could instantiate open, interdisciplinary science education, and, drive a process through which the heterogeneous stakeholders can develop and implement innovation: (1) Inclusivity, (2) Participation; (3) Quantification; (4)Complexity; (5) Appropriate, "Convivial" Technology; (6) Collaboration; (7) Authenticity, Significance and Challenge; (8) Research-richness; (9) Peer-review; and, (10) Global engagement. {Will appear in FYI on Feb 25, 2014
Start Time:
4:00 PM
End Time:
5:00 PM
Common Location Name:
Biology - Psychology
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Other Contact Information:
Gili Ad-Marbach +1 301 405 2075

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