The Role of the Undergraduate Student in Teaching and Learning Biology

  • Terry L. Hufford L. Hufford Department of Biological Sciences, The George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA

Abstract

The possible roles of the undergraduate student as instruc- tor and colleague in the teaching of undergraduate biol- ogy are discussed. These roles include laboratory UTA, peer instructor, collaborative group facilitator, tutor, learning fa- cilitator, and associate in learning and teaching. The latter role involves the undergraduate student in course development and design

Published
2017-06-12
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