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Gurung, and Janie H. This resource addresses common questions researchers might have about seeking approval from Institutional Review Boards IRBs to conduct research on teaching and learning often called the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; SoTL.
Ana Ruiz and Judith Warchal Affiliation: This page guide presents 17 activities related to ethics for each chapter in a typical Introduction to Psychology text as it integrates the APA Learning Goals and Outcomes for ethics into that course.
For each chapter, the activity lists the student learning outcome, instructions for conducting the activity, materials needed, approximate time required, and a method of assessment. Many of the activities can be easily adapted to other psychology courses.
Bagsby Saint Louis University Description: This 33 page document describes participant ethics and an educational approach to participant rights and responsibilities that addresses the reciprocal nature of the researcher-participant relationship.
It also provides four instructor resources: Georgia State University Description: This resource contains materials to help educate students about plagiarism and help faculty understand how to handle it if it occurs. Included are an overview for faculty "Educating Students," a slide show for a lecture "Plagiarism," a worksheet for students "Recognizing Plagiarism," a plagiarism contract students sign "Plagiarism Contract," suggested answers faculty can offer to respond to common student excuses "Answers to Common Excuses," and a flowchart showing how one university handles plagiarism reports "Academic Dishonesty Flowchart.
Ball State University Description: Stowell Eastern Illinois University and R. This resource is composed of 73 short YouTube videos of college teachers displaying qualities associated with elements of master teaching.
Information about each clip is contained in a table that lists the clip length, course discipline, course level, and specific teacher behaviors demonstrated. The videos could be incorporated into teaching seminars, graduate student training, faculty development efforts, and research studies on the impact of viewing elements of master teaching behaviors.Introduction.
A forensic scientist sits in her lab with three DNA samples in front of her. One sample is the DNA left behind at the crime scene by the criminal; the other two samples are DNA from possible suspects.
While many colleges offer Forensic Accounting degree programs at the graduate level, Franklin University is one of the few schools offering an accredited online Forensic Accounting bachelor's degree in this high-demand field.
Gain a solid foundation in . Here are three cool science fair project ideas, including fingerprint, blood spatter and bite mark forensic analysis. Find this Pin and more on idk by jessica arredondo. Forensic science is an interesting subject at the intersection of science and law.
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Plant genetics science fair projects and experiments: topics, ideas, resources, and sample projects.