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Involving students in experimental design: three approaches
Advances in Physiology Education
M any faculty want to involve students more actively in laboratories and in experimental design. However, just "turning them loose in the lab" is time-consuming and can be frustrating for both students and faculty. We describe three different ways of providing structures for labs that require students to design their own experiments but guide the choices. One approach emphasizes invertebrate preparations and classic techniques that students can learn fairly easily. Students must read relevantdoi:10.1152/advances.1998.275.6.s28 pmid:16161223 fatcat:rwaobyajevfb5oc5sbut3ovagm