Saturday, May 7, 2022 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET Room B117–119
Immunology Teaching Interest Group: Enhancing Your Immunology Teaching
Sponsored by the AAI Education Committee
- William H. Carr, Medgar Evers Col., CUNY
- Michelle Snyder, Towson Univ.
- Sarah B. Redmond, Radford Univ., To lab or not to lab, that is the question
- John K. Cusick, California Northstate Univ., Improving the effectiveness of combining PowerPoint presentations and review games
- Keri Csencsits-Smith, Saba Univ. Sch. of Med., Dutch Caribbean, The zombie pirate invasion: an introduction to immunology concepts
- Tatiana Barichello, Univ. of Texas Hlth. Sci. Ctr., Houston, Problem-Based Learning (PBL) approach as a tool to teach immunology
Breakout Session Leaders
- Louis B. Justement, Univ. of Alabama at Birmingham, Rebekah T. Taylor, Frostburg State Univ., and Sumali Pandey, Minnesota State Univ., Moorhead, Incorporating immunology into the undergraduate curriculum to promote interdisciplinary science education
- Kara R. Lukin, Western Governors Univ., Univ. of Colorado, Leveraging Flipgrid to drive social belonging and more durable learning in immunology courses
- Holly Turula, Western Michigan Univ. Homer Stryker MD Sch. of Med., and Timothy Bauler, Western Michigan Univ. Homer Stryker MD Sch. of Med., Using team-based learning to solidify immunology concepts
Are you looking for new ideas 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 teaching techniques through talks and structured breakout discussion groups. Current educators, new faculty, and trainees with an interest in teaching are welcome.