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Teach to Learn went on cruise during the course BIO325 Ocean Science!

During a survey on the research vessel Håkon Mosby in Byfjorden. Photo J. Soulé, 12/9/2016.

During a survey on the research vessel Håkon Mosby in Byfjorden. Photo J. Soulé, 12/9/2016.

Under the Teach to Learn project, a new series of video tutorials were realized by the MSc students during the course Ocean Science (BIO325), led by Anne Gro Vea Salvanes, professor at the Department of Biology, University of Bergen. The aim was to help their peers to better understand different sampling methods used to collect data for marine research.

Under the guidance of the TE2LE team, five groups of students produced video tutorials to answer the following questions:

On the December 6th, students, professors, and administrative staff were invited to watch the video tutorials while enjoying some pizza and softdrinks!

During that event, Anne-Laure Simonelli, leader of the TE2LE project, collected feedback to evaluate the TE2LE activities. The audience also gave scores to the videos based on creativity and how well the message came through. The video with best score won a price.

Congratulations to Mari Vold Bjordal and Daniel Notvik, producers of the video “How do we estimate the abundance of a fish species in a fjord?” who won a gift certificate at a student bookshop!

Photo AL Simonelli, 6/12/2016

Students, professors, and administrative staff enjoying some slices of pizza while watching the video tutorials produced during the course Ocean science course under the TE2LE guidance. Photo AL Simonelli, 6/12/2016

Photo AL Simonelli, 6/12/2016

Students, professors, and administrative staff completing a survey to evaluate the TE2LE activities and to elect the best video tutorial. Photo AL Simonelli, 6/12/2016

 

 

 

Photo AL Simonelli, 6/12/2016

Daniel Notvik and Mari Vold Bjordal receiving the award (bookshop gift certificate) from Prof. Anne-Gro Vea Salvanes for their video tutorial on “How do we estimate the abundance of a fish species in a fjord?” Photo AL Simonelli, 6/12/2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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