Access Academics Examines Basic Science Education How can universities effectively teach basic science to undergraduate students? John Anthony (“Tony”) Seikel, professor emeritus at Idaho State University, addresses this topic in the December issue of Access Academics and Research. Seikel stresses that communication sciences and disorders students need a strong foundation in the basic science of the ... ASHA News
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Access Academics Examines Basic Science Education
The ASHA Leader, December 2018, Vol. 23, 62. doi:10.1044/leader.AN3.23122018.62
The ASHA Leader, December 2018, Vol. 23, 62. doi:10.1044/leader.AN3.23122018.62
How can universities effectively teach basic science to undergraduate students?
John Anthony (“Tony”) Seikel, professor emeritus at Idaho State University, addresses this topic in the December issue of Access Academics and Research. Seikel stresses that communication sciences and disorders students need a strong foundation in the basic science of the discipline to make wise and informed decisions as clinicians.
Seikel explores challenges faced by faculty and ways to enhance basic science instruction for today’s undergraduates. He recommends an interprofessional approach and hands-on activities over didactic presentation alone.
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December 2018
Volume 23, Issue 12