Teach hands-on lab techniques in Biotechnology at Madison College

Work with hands-on training in basic lab techniques, part of the Biotechnology Program at Madison College

Description: Oana Martin at Madison College teaches various laboratory skills, biochemistry and related courses as part of Madison College’s hands-on Biotechnology Training Program. She is open to working with a Delta intern on various project ideas, including improving student conceptual understanding and study skill development by strategies such as project-based learning, online quizzes and videos, and adding authentic inquiry components and new experiments to the labs.

Semester(s): Fall
Institution: Madison College
Department(s): Chemistry, Biotechnology, Biology
Potential for guest teaching: YES
Intern background needed: Chemistry

Course: Varies. Example: Laboratory Skills for a Regulated Workplace (laboratory)
Course info: This course gets students exposed to basic lab techniques and industry regulations: Measurements, Calibration, Pipetting, pH measurements, Making solutions, Spectroscopy
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Challenges a project might address include:
Teaching strategies of interest:
Teaching strategies currently used: A past intern project focused on using pre-lab quizzes and clicker questions during the class.
Please Contact: Oana Martin <OMMartin@madisoncollege.edu>