14 episodes

Join us as we explore the experiences and insights of the people working to improve the outcomes of their students as they make the transition to college, using three-dimensional learning for undergraduate science (3DL4US) as a language and framework to transform individual assessment items, the broader culture of STEM higher ed, and everything in between.

3DL4US Podcas‪t‬ Paul Nelson

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Join us as we explore the experiences and insights of the people working to improve the outcomes of their students as they make the transition to college, using three-dimensional learning for undergraduate science (3DL4US) as a language and framework to transform individual assessment items, the broader culture of STEM higher ed, and everything in between.

    Ep 14. Ryan Sweeder: 3DL and Student Success

    Ep 14. Ryan Sweeder: 3DL and Student Success

    Michigan State's own Ryan Sweeder joins the fray, to discuss metaphorical mountain climbing, literal mushroom foraging, and hypothetical Jeopardy! appearances. Paul sheepishly asks the hard questions that have gone unanswered so far about  3DL's role in...

    • 36 min
    Ep 13. Erin Duffy: The Role of TAs in 3DL

    Ep 13. Erin Duffy: The Role of TAs in 3DL

    Hey, let's be honest. Productively engaging students in three-dimensional learning is a labor-intensive endeavor, whether we're talking about lectures, labs, or discussion sections. We need a booster shot, and Erin Duffy has the medicine! It starts with...

    • 38 min
    Ep 12. Justin Carmel: What About Labs?

    Ep 12. Justin Carmel: What About Labs?

    Justin brings glow sticks to the 3DL party just before his office dramatically breaks off into the Atlantic. Don't worry, he's got a backup plan. If you are looking for a discussion of friendly Labrador Retrievers, you might be disappointed (but you...

    • 32 min
    Ep 11. Becky Matz: Supports and Barriers

    Ep 11. Becky Matz: Supports and Barriers

    Everything gets confusing when the co-host tries to interview herself! Becky manages to deflect most of the questions thrown her way, but she does shed light on creepy research methods and some of the ways 3DL is perceived by instructors. She also...

    • 32 min
    Ep 10. Debbie Herrington: Connecting to K-12

    Ep 10. Debbie Herrington: Connecting to K-12

    Debbie gracefully navigates Paul's obvious reliance on the internet to inform his understanding of Canada, chemistry, and cottage country. In between, she provides thoughtful perspectives on engaging in scientific teaching with 8 year-olds, high...

    • 37 min
    Ep 9. Cori Fata-Hartley: 3DL Faculty Development

    Ep 9. Cori Fata-Hartley: 3DL Faculty Development

    Question: If this 3DL thing is so great, how do we get it in front of more students? Answer: Well, you'll have to listen! Cori shares a generous sliver of her experience cake with designing and facilitating visits for curious faculty into the underbelly...

    • 36 min

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