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Studio Teaching in the Geosciences part of Studio Teaching in the Geosciences
Compiled by Dexter Perkins at The University of North Dakota What is a Studio Classroom? -- A classroom where students work in groups and are responsible for their own learning Studio classrooms are not all the ...

Mineralogy: University of North Dakota part of Studio Teaching in the Geosciences:Examples
This class is an introduction to fundamental mineralogy and mineralogical principles. The course is taught as a studio course, and significant emphasis is placed on helping students develop holistic learning ...

Mineralogy Outline part of Studio Teaching in the Geosciences:Examples
Geology 318: Mineralogy Class Topics The major headings below (bold/black capitals) provide a general outline, but this class uses spiral learning so many topics are visited in several different contexts.Class ...

Mineralogy Classes 2005 part of Studio Teaching in the Geosciences:Examples
CLASS #1: Introduction to class Goals:      · Get students oriented and explain the nature of this class      · Review basic chemistry ...

Comments to Students: The First Day of Class part of Studio Teaching in the Geosciences:Examples
This class is different! You will probably find this class different from others you have taken at the University of North Dakota. Why? Because this class is taught in a "studio" format. What is a studio ...

Mineralogy Exercises part of Studio Teaching in the Geosciences:Examples
The exercises listed below were used in Mineralogy in 2005. All, except the Private Mineral Project, were cooperative learning exercises. Most were started during class but required groups to work on them outside ...

NCSU Calculus-based Intro Physics part of Studio Teaching in the Geosciences:Examples
This is a two semester sequence (four credit-hour per semester), calculus-based physics course that is required for all NCSU students majoring in engineering. The first semester covers basic mechanics and ...

Recommended Reading part of Studio Teaching in the Geosciences
These key readings provide an introduction to studio teaching; they are a selected subset of this more comprehensive reference list. Journal Articles Handelsman, et al., 2004Scientific Teaching, Science, v. 304, ...

What is studio teaching? part of Studio Teaching in the Geosciences
Studio teaching is an approach to teaching that can be used to replace the standard lecture approach. It is based on sound pedagogical principles, is very flexible, is popular with students, and leads to superior ...

What is needed? part of Studio Teaching in the Geosciences
Studio teaching requires a couple of changes from traditional classroom layouts and scheduling. First, studio activities are not really possible when students sit in rows facing the front of a classroom. Instead, ...

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