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Jasmine Hopkins, BIOS graduate student, will be instructor at 2024 Teachx Conference

As advertised by the UIC Center for Advancement of Teaching Excellence in this article:

Jasmine Hopkins, PhD candidate in the Department of Biological Sciences will present on the Use of templates and guides to help bridge the gap between novice and expert: Improving scientific literacy in an upper-level Biology course. She will share her iterative approach to developing students’ scientific literacy skills using the C.R.E.A.T.E. method and other literature, the stepwise reading guides and class activities she created, and the retrospective pre-post survey given to students on their perceived gains in scientific literacy. She carried out this project as a result of her taking GC593: Developing Scholarly Approaches to College Teaching, one of the courses in the Foundations of College Instruction three-course campus certificate series where she developed a teaching-as-research project.