Sponsored by the AAI Education Committee
- Edith Porter, California State Univ., Los Angeles
- Michelle A. Swanson-Mungerson, Midwestern Univ.
- Edith Porter, California State Univ., Los Angeles, Undergraduate curriculum guidelines
- Michelle A. Swanson-Mungerson, Midwestern Univ., Student application of immunology concepts and mechanisms through test-based learning on Canvas
- Gerald L. Buldak, Loyola Univ. Chicago, Toward an animated visual model for teaching immunology
- Pierette M. Appasamy, Chatham Univ., Avoiding the “can’t see the forest for the trees” problem in teaching immunology
Breakout Session Leaders:
- William H. Carr, Medgar Evers Col., CUNY, A hands-on workshop on using H5P as an active learning tool to build content-based critical thinking skills
- Sharon A. Stranford, Pomona Col., Active learning strategies
- Natalie C. Steinel, Univ. of Massachusetts, Lowell, and Abby L. Geis, Arkansas Col. of Osteopathic Med., Innovation in the medical immunology classroom
- Julie M. Jameson, California State Univ., San Marcos, and Paula Kavathas, Yale Univ. Sch. of Med., Virtual teaching strategies
Are you looking for new ideas or strategies to enliven and improve your teaching? If so, please join us for this special interest group which will focus on strategies that instructors can use to successfully convey immunology concepts to students at the undergraduate and graduate level. The session will explore the use of test-based learning, animated visual models, active learning strategies, and more through talks and structured breakout discussion groups. Current educators, new faculty, and trainees with an interest in teaching are welcome.