Biology 381 - Peer Led Team learning -                     PLTL

 Fall 2008 Syllabus

Workshops

                        Workshop Leadership in Biology
Section T2 & T4 - Thursday's 5:00pm to 5:45pm for facilitators prep - SA166
  lecture PT      - Tuesday's 5:00pm to 6:15pm for students workshops - SA126

The University of Miami, College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Biology WORKSHOPS       Class Roll
 
  Peer Led Team Learning- a concept where student Biology majors facilitate a series of
         Workshops for current students. Workshops are practice problem sets to help an
         enrolled student become familiar with class material. Answers are posted weekly.

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     Each week groups of 6 to 10 students will do a series of exercises with each
     students participating. A maximum of 50 points are available for the
     Facilitator to assign to students depending upon participation. Students will
     have printed copies of each weeks exercises prior to class; Facilitators will
     have copies with the answers and answer will be posted on the web for students.

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      1)  How Did Life Begin and Develop? by studying how life arose on the Earth; determining the general
             principles governing the organization of matter into living systems; exploring how life evolves on the molecular,
             organism, and ecosystem levels; and determining how the terrestrial biosphere has co-evolved with the Earth.
      2)  Does Life Exist Elsewhere in the Universe? Establishing limits for life in environments that provide analogues
             for conditions on other worlds; determining what makes a planet habitable and how common these worlds are
             in the universe;  determining how to recognize the signature of life on other worlds; and to determine whether
             there is (or once was) life elsewhere in our solar system, particularly on Mars and Europa.
      3)  What is Life's Future on Earth and Beyond?     by determining how ecosystems respond to environmental
             change on time-scales relevant to human life on Earth and by understand the response of terrestrial life to
             conditions in space or on other planets.

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