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Active Learning in Biology

30-Minute On-Demand Webinar with Deb Pires



Studies show that engaging students through activities, discussion and collaboration is more effective than traditional lecturing. iClicker is pleased to invite you to a Biology-specific webinar led by Deb Pires, Instructional Consultant and Academic Administrator at UCLA's Center for Education Innovation in Life Sciences. Attend this webinar to learn key strategies, ideas and best practices as they relate to the Biology classroom!


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About Deb Pires

Debra Pires is an instructor for the introductory biology curriculum at UCLA, teaching courses in evolution, ecology and biodiversity (LS1), cells, tissues and organs (LS2), and molecular biology (LS3). Dr. Pires is a long time Bruin, earning her B.S.A. in Biology and later her Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UCLA. Her research focused on population genetics, conservation genetics, and the behavior of an insectivorous Central African bat, Hipposideros ruber.

Dr. Pires continued her academic career by becoming an innovative instructor, with campus leadership roles in STEM teaching, learning, and community college outreach programs. Her pedagogical interests and skills include using online instruction, active learning, and classroom technology to achieve student learning outcomes in her courses.

 

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