Monthly Archives: January 2016

Evidence-based teaching strategies in Physics 101

Physics 101 is the introductory calculus-based physics course for life science students at UBC. Over the past decade, departmental efforts related to the Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative have resulted into the “transformation” of this course, from traditional lecture-based instruction to an interactive engagement style. Pre-reading assignments, peer instruction and clickers, in-class worksheets, and two-stage […]