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How WILL YOU, microbiology laboratory spring, demonstrate that Assessments and basis for final grade. you accomplished, the 11 Lo s Assessment weight, In Lecture CLICKER QUESTIONS 6. No bell curve, Packback participation 10, you won t be. notebook checks 6, each other, practical 2, effective paraphrasing homework 2. GRADING SCALE, microbial zoo 5, 97 100 A 4 0, 93 97 A 4 0.
Microbes health lab report 18, 90 93 A 3 7, 87 90 B 3 3. microbes industry lab report 10, 83 87 B 3 0, 80 83 B 2 7. microbes environment mini report 6, 77 80 C 2 3, For report 73 77 C 2 0. midterm exam 12, guidelines rubrics 70 73 c 1 7, stay tuned to 60 70 D 1 0. final exam 23, triton Ed 60 f 0, Materials needed to succeed.
A Clicker for lecture you are required to have and bring an i clicker That is registered. via triton Ed, Packback access code we ll be using this AI moderated forum to dive deeper into. the topics we cover in class You ll need to purchase an access code 28 available from. the bookstore website Look up BIMM 121 under textbooks. Triton ED lab protocols Grades and other course information will be posted on. triton ed so make sure you can access it, PPE a lab coat that you only use for this class that extends to your knees safety. glasses regular prescription glasses aren t sufficient. lab notebook bound style, something to take notes with During Lecture Lectures will be podcast but. research shows that pen paper note taking where you Organize summarize and rephrase. key ideas is one of the best strategies to help you learn new information even if you. choose not to take notes in class think about doing it from the podcasts while studying. UCSD microbiology laboratory spring, How to succeed in this class. DAILY Clicker Questions 6 of grade, In Every Lecture Clicker questions Will challenge you to apply what you ve just learned.
Every day you will have the opportunity to earn, 2 participation points Submit answer to 75 of ALL questions for 2 Pts else Get 0. 3 Performance Points Get 1 pt for every Correctly answered question. There are usually more than 3 Performance questions per class so even if you get some. wrong you may still get full points and, you can make up ONE point by submitting a muddiest point on triton ed before the next. class Limit 1 per day Check often to make sure your clickers are being recorded. if you miss lecture Packback 10 of grade, This ai moderated discussion forum is a key. If You miss Lecture or if your clicker is learning tool for the class It is driven by. having technical difficulties you may Not your curiosity and will help you make con. make up the questions However we ll drop nections between what we learn in class. your lowest 3 clicker days and the real world, If you miss the midterm your final will be. worth a bigger of your grade to compen Every week you are required to. sate If you miss the final You may be eligible post 1 question. for an incomplete respond to 2 questions, Use these drops wisely It s better to save to earn credit your posts must meet cer.
them for the unexpected tain guidelines Packback will coach you on. how to do this and will assign a curiosity, score to each post based on its depth. if you miss lab credibility and presentation consistently. you must let dr Petrie Your IA your group High curiosity scores are an opportunity. know ahead of time you will still be responsi to earn extra credit details coming soon. ble for understanding the material you missed, If Health or. and submitting assignments on time in the case, family emergencies. of repeated absences you may be asked to, result in Having to. provide documentation of your excuse ab, miss More than The.
sences due to scheduling conflicts other, Allowed drops see. coursework vacations beyonce concerts, Dr Petrie to discuss. etc will not be excused and Each will result, The possibility of an. in a grade penalty 1 off overall grade, Incomplete Per UCSD. Policy You must Be, notebook checks 6 of grade in good standing.
there will be Periodic In Lab checks of your laboratory notebook before class is. the guidelines and rubrics for protocols and notebooks will be missed to be. posted on tritoned One thing that will help you ensure you get eligible. full credit is to answer all questions Listed in the lab manual. UCSD microbiology laboratory spring, Inclusivity Academic integrity. Everyone will come to this course with An Inclusive environment is one where. different backgrounds knowledge and everyone has an equal opportunity to. perspectives We want to create a succeed Academic dishonesty Includ. classroom culture that respects and ing but not limited to Cheating plagia. revels in this human diversity If you rizing answering with someone else s. have any concerns related to inclusivi clicker fractures The playing field by. ty or feel your identities Race Gender giving some students an unfair advan. sexuality religion ability etc are not tage Assignments will be monitored via. being honored please let us know Turn it in and students found to have. Accommodations can be made for stu committed academic dishonesty will be. dents with a letter from the OSd referred to the UCSD academic integrity. For more information on campus com Office and may receive a failing grade. munity resources check triton ed for the course, WE All make Mistakes If you think your Homework worksheet report. or Exam was Graded in Error submit a request by email to Dr Petrie. Regrade within 7 days of receiving your grade include a written description of. the error Including which question you are concerned about and why. requests you think the grade is mistaken No in person requests will be consid. ered The regrade option is to safeguard you from genuine mistakes in. grading there is no guarantee you score will go up. We re working to improve your educational experience. Did you know, that you can No Not Like that Instead. be part of a during This class I ll be working, Research study to figure out the Most Effective. in this class teaching methods for your learn, ing This Means you might do sur.
veys and provide feedback For, more information please read the. pages at the end of this syllabus, UCSD Microbiology laboratory Course schedule Tentative spring. microbes and, microbes and health microbes and industry the environment. T LECT 4 2 intro to course, T lab 4 2 lab basics mi. crobes all around us Please remember that your work in. lecture clickers will be graded so, H lect 4 4 biofilms health be sure to show up.
model microbial organisms, H lab 4 4 start microcosms. for biofilm evolution intro, to microscopy, T lect 4 9 dilutions and bio. film assays paraphrasin, T lab 4 9 observe dilute due 4 9. and plate microcosms, H lect 4 11 microscopy, tHe lab practical is a graded ob. H lab 4 11 count morpho servation of your lab skills make. types examine cell appear sure you get in lots of practice. ance select isolate by sharing the work with your, partner in weeks 1 2 while you re.
T LECT 4 16 microbial diversity, waiting your turn you can work on. Microbial genomes, your microbial zoo, T lab 4 16 inoculate iso. lates lab practical, paraphrasin, H lect 4 18 no lecture today. H lab 4 18 freezer stocks i o n s d u e 4 18, extract genomic DNA from. evolved strains, UCSD Microbiology laboratory Course schedule Tentative spring.
microbes and, microbes and health microbes and industry the environment. T LECT 4 23 illumina sequenc, T lab 4 23 quant DNA start. midterm l a b p a r t 1 due, illumina library prep. 4 25 biofilm 9 PM, H lect 4 25 midterm 4 2 9 1 1 5. H lab 4 25 finish illumina, see triton, library prep quant library ed for lab.
submit tape station samples report guid, T LECT 4 30 fermentation. T lab 4 30 make yogurt, H lect 5 2 discuss tape sta H lect 5 2 natural crispr. tion results plan pool, H lab 5 2 compare lab com, mercial yogurt make. T LECT 5 7 Differential identi, T lab 5 7 pool submit illu t lab 5 7 screen colonies. mina sequencing make slants, H lect 5 9 PCR Known crisper.
loci in L A B, F lab 5 9 set up fermenta, tion tests. UCSD Microbiology laboratory Course schedule Tentative spring. microbes and, microbes and health microbes and industry the environment. T LECT 5 14 sanger sequencing, t lab 5 14 Pcr 1, H lect 5 16 BLAST. H lab 5 16 gel Pcr 1 pcr 2 oo, microbial z pm, due fri 5 17. T LECT 5 21 T LECT 5 21 T LECT 5 21 photosynthesis. and tolerance to change, t lab 5 21 t lab 5 21 Gel PCR submit t lab 5 21 set up toler.
sanger sequencing ance tests for photosyn, thetic microbes. H lect 5 23 field Trip to IGM H lect 5 23 H lect 5 23. H lab 5 23 H lab 5 23 analyze sanger H lab 5 23 check photosyn. sequencing data thetic microbes, T LECT 5 28 analyzing illumina T LECT 5 28. b r e p o r t d ue, T lab 5 28 analyze illumina, yogurt la T lab 5 28 check photosyn. sequence data, d 5 2 9 1 1 59 PM thetic microbes, H lect 5 30 we H lect 5 30 growth curves. H lab 5 30 check photosyn, H lab 5 30 analyze illumina thetic microbes.
sequence data, Microbiology laboratory Course schedule Tentative. microbes and 19, microbes and health microbes and industry the environment. T LECT 6 4 T LECT 6 4 T LECT 6 4 review, T lab 6 4 analyze illumina T lab 6 4 T lab 6 4 Presentations. sequence data clean up, H lect 6 6 No lecture H lect 6 6 no lecture H lect 6 6 no lecture. H lab 6 6 FINAL H lab 6 6 final H lab 6 6 final, Final Final.
i n i r e p o r t due, n 6 3 1 1 59 PM, l a b p a r t 2 due. biofilm 9 PM, 6 1 2 1 1 5, that s during, finals week. Human Research, Protections Program, Current Approval 07 05 2018. Do not use after 07 04 2019, University of California San Diego. Consent to Act as a Research Subject, Investigating the Impact of Pedagogical Choices on University Student Learning and.
Engagement, Who is conducting the study why you have been asked to participate how you were selected. and what is the approximate number of participants in the study. Gabriele Wienhausen Director of the Teaching and Learning Commons together with her. education research colleagues is conducting a research study to find out more about how. pedagogical choices affect student learning and experience in the classroom You have been. asked to participate in this study because you are a student in a class that is being studied or used. as a control There will be approximately 500 000 participants in this study. Why is this study being done, The purpose of this study is to create knowledge that has the potential to improve the learning. and educational experience of students at UC San Diego and beyond. What will happen to you in this study and which procedures are standard of care and which. are experimental, If you agree to be in this study the following will happen. Your data from this class including grades homework and exam submissions and survey. responses will be included in the analysis to determine the effectiveness of the. pedagogical techniques used in this course compared to other similar courses. How much time will each study procedure take what is your total time commitment and how. long will the study last, Your participation involves only agreeing to let us use your data in our analysis It will require. no time on your part above the time you put into this course without agreeing to the study. What risks are associated with this study, Participation in this study may involve some added risks or discomforts These include the.
1 A potential for the loss of confidentiality We will not share your personally identifying data with. people outside our research team Data will only be kept in anonymized form for research purposes. Course data will not be used for this research study until after final grades have been posted and will be. rendered confidential by removing any identifiers before analysis Your instructor will not know whether. or not you are participating in this study until after final grades have been posted Data from students. who opt out of the study will be removed prior to data analysis Research records will be kept. confidential to the extent allowed by law Research records may be reviewed by the UCSD Institutional. Review Board, Since this is an investigational study there may be some unknown risks that are currently. unforeseeable You will be informed of any significant new findings. What are the alternatives to participating in this study. The alternatives to participation in this study are not to participate If you choose to opt out of. participating in this research study we will exclude your data from analysis Whether you. participate will have no impact on your experience or grade in the associated class as the. professor will not know who is or is not participating in the study until after final grades are. What benefits can be reasonably expected, There is no direct benefit to you for participating in the study The investigator however may. learn more about how to improve student learning and society may benefit from this knowledge. Can you choose to not participate or withdraw from the study without penalty or loss of. Participation in research is entirely voluntary You may refuse to participate or withdraw or. refuse to answer specific questions in an interview or on a questionnaire at any time without. Microbiology laboratory Course schedule Tentative T LECT 4 2 intro to course T lab 4 2 lab basics mi crobes all around us H lect 4 4 biofilms amp health model microbial organisms H lab 4 4 start microcosms for biofilm evolution intro to microscopy paraphrasing HW due 4 9 UCSD spring 19 microbes and health week 1

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