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Biology

Organizations


National Association of Biology Teachers two-year college section.

The Cyberlearning at Community Colleges (C3) Project focuses on professional development workshops and online collaborative activities for community college biology faculty. Our goals include helping faculty leverage digital library resources, networked computing and communications technologies, and E-science data and tools to engage in cyberlearning strategies. One of our primary strategies for C3 is to help faculty build professional communities and promote scholarly approaches to teaching and learning.

The Human Anatomy and Physiology Society has large membership from community colleges as well as leadership from community college faculty.

Meetings

National Association of Biology Teachers sponsors two year community college breakfast and reception at the annual meetings.

At American Society for Microbiology conference for undergraduate educators, 27% of attendees were faculty at community colleges.

Human Anatomy and Physiology Society annual conferences and regional meetings include significant contributions from community college faculty. Grants and scholarships support attendance.

Projects


Workshops sponsored by Cyberlearning at Community Colleges (C3) held in conjunction with various professional society meetings throughout the year including

Online working groups through Cyberlearning at Community Colleges (C3)

Discussions

Online discussion through Cyberlearning at Community Colleges (C3)

Listserv for Human Anatomy and Physiology Society


Awards

Two Year College Teaching Award sponsored by National Association of Biology Teacher's Two-Year College Section and McGraw-Hill, this award recognizes a two-year college biology educator who employs new and creative techniques in his/her classroom teaching.



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