Workshop Downloadable Materials


Teaching and Learning in the Animal Sciences
Challenging Old Assumptions and Break New Ground for the 21st Century
A Workshop of the Joint Annual Meeting (JAM) of the American Dairy Science Association (ADSA) and the American Society of Animal Sciences (ASAS) 
July 8, 2013, Indianapolis Convention Center


Morning

Session I: How to Incorporate High Impact Practices in the Animal Sciences Curriculum.
Invited presentation - Dr. Noelle Cockett (Utah State University) and Dr. David Buchanan (North Dakota State University)
         Powerpoint: PDF of Slides (3 mb)
         Video-recording: Click on the image below to view the presentation of Dr. Cockett and Dr. Buchanan
Session I, Dr. Cockett;

Breakout sessions: Remodeling the curriculum with out-of-classroom activities and experiences (Click on the title link to download the presentation)
         Break out 1: Undergraduate Research (Reporter: Barry Bradford, Kansas State University)
         Break out 2: Lab Courses & Farm Labs (Reporter: Olga Bolden-Tiller, Tuskegee University)
         Break out 3: Internships & Study Abroad (Reporter: Matthew Wilson, West Virgina University)
         Break out 4: Communication Skills (Reporter: Ashley Driver, Cincinnati, OH)
         Break out 5: Service Learning (Reporter: Erika Berg, North Dakota State University)
         Break out 6: Capstone Courses & Experiences (Reporter: Robert Coleman, University of Kentucky)
         Video-recording: Not available.


Lunch Presentation

Session II: Current Views of Animal Sciences Instructors — Results of a National Survey.
Invited presentation - Dr. Michel Wattiaux and Peter Crump (University of Wisconsin Madison)
         Powerpoint: PDF of Slides (1 mb)
         Video-recording: Click on the image below to view the presentation of Dr. Wattiaux
Session II, Dr. Wattiaux, Views of Animal Scientists — Results of a Nationwide Survey

Afternoon

Session III: How to incorporate HIP-like practices in animal sciences classrooms.
Invited Presentation - Dr. Debra Aaron and C. Tighman (University of Kentucky)
         Powerpoint: PDF of Slides (24 mb)
         Video-recording: Click on the image below to view the presentation of Dr. Aaron
Session III, Dr. Aaron, Incorporating High Impact Practices in the Classroom

Breakout sessions: Remodeling the curriculum with out-of-classroom activities and experiences (Click on the title link to download the presentation)
         Break out 1: Introductory and issue courses (Reporter: Ronald Kensinger, The Ohio State University)
         Break out 2: Genetics courses (Reporter: Catherine Ernst, Michigan State University)
         Break out 3: Nutrition courses (Reporter: Antonio Fasciola, University of Nevada)
         Break out 4: Management courses (Reporter: Jennifer Bormann, Kansas State University)
         Break out 5: Physiology courses (Reporter: John Parrish, University of Wisconsin)

         Video-recording: Click on the image below to view the 10 min. presentation of each reporter.
Reports of breakout session III discussions





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