Moderator: Lisa Seidman, Madison Area Technical College, WI
Two year biotechnology departments have developed various innovative programs such as student-led contract research and contract manufacturing organizations, research projects, business incubators, and more. At first glance, these programs seem discordant. But, perhaps they provide similar benefits to students preparing for a complex and changing workplace. This session will explore several innovative instructional models, asking how they benefit student learning.
Download a table comparing features of Innovabio, Studentfactured, and the BioNetwork Analytical Training Lab.
Download Bio-Link Draft of Common Core Skill Standards for the Bioscience Laboratory. Please read and send comments/suggestions.