Course Listing: FNDTNS OF BIOL: BIOL MECHANISMS

Summer 2018, Bloomington

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	BIOL-L 112  FNDTNS OF BIOL: BIOL MECHANISMS (4 CR)
               5324      6W1 12:45P-03:45P   TF     JH A106   Whitworth K              39   20    0
                 L 112 : P - High school or college chemistry, for biological
                 and other science majors. Credit given for only one of the
                 following: BIOL-L 100, L 104, H 111, L 112, E 112 or Q 201.
                 Above class designed to help you prepare for upper-level
                 Biology courses. Therefore, class time is used for
                 collaborative, active, and inquiry-based activities meant to
                 deepen your understanding of course topics and to provide
                 practice in disciplinary thinking (e.g., visualizing
                 biological processes, making predictions, drawing conclusions
                 from data, and reading and analyzing scientific
                 publications). Because students learn and retain information
                 best when they are actively engaged during class, the
                 structure of this course is flipped relative to that of a
                 traditional classroom. There will be two, highly interactive,
                 required class meetings per week. Before each class, you will
                 view recorded lectures, participate on Canvas discussion
                 board, read textbook and complete textbook-related online
                 activities. Your out-of-class studies will be guided by video
                 outlines and/or question banks. Our weekly three-hour
                 sessions will include individual quizzes, team-based quizzes,
                 team-based activities, and whole-class discussions.
                 Above class meets online and on campus
                 IUB GenEd N&M credit - Natural Science
                 COLL (CASE) N&M Breadth of Inquiry credit