Research and Teaching: Using Models From the Literature and Iterative Feedback to Teach Students to Construct Effective Data Figures for Poster Presentations

by: Christine E. Gray and Veronica E. Contreras-Shannon

Analyzing, interpreting, and clearly presenting real data are skills all students should develop, majors and nonmajors alike. These process skills require lots of practice coupled with targeted feedback from instructors or mentors. This article presents a pedagogy implemented within a course-based research experience that is designed to help students to develop and practice these skills, while generating proper data figures for use in posters.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 1/1/2017Stock # jcst17_046_03_74Volume 046Issue 03

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