2018 PS Short Course

Pedagogy and Technology in the Modern Paleontology Classroom

Organized by Phoebe Cohen, Lisa Boush, and Rowan Lockwood

Saturday, November 3rd, 9am-5pm, Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN



Matthew E. Clapham Flipping the Paleontology Classroom: Benefits, Challenges, and Strategies
Phoebe A. Cohen, Rowan Lockwood, Shanan Peters Integrating Macrostrat and RockD into Undergraduate Earth Science Teaching
Robyn Mieko Dahl Education Research as Applied to Paleontology Education: How People Learn and How We Can Teach More Effectively
David W. Goldsmith Beyond Hands On: Incorporating Kinesthetic Learning in an Undergraduate Paleontology Class
Simon James Goring, Russell Graham, Shane Loeffler, Amy Myrbo, Carol J. Ormand, James S. Oliver III, John W. Williams The Neotoma Paleoecology Database: A Research Outreach Nexus
Patricia H. Kelley

Incorporating Research into Undergraduate Teaching, or a Tale of 23,276 Mulinia

Rowan Lockwood, Phoebe A. Cohen, Mark Uhen, Katherine Ryker

Utilizing the Paleobiology Database to Provide Educational Opportunities for Undergraduates

Alison Olcott Marshall Integrating Active Learning into Paleontology Classes of All Sizes
Darrin Pagnac Dinosaurs: A Catalyst for Critical Thought
Christy C. Visaggi Equity, Culture, and Place in Teaching Paleontology: Student-Centered Pedagogy for Broadening Participation
Margaret M. Yacobucci Confronting Prior Conceptions in Paleontology Courses