How to implement the curriculum guidelinesThe community-developed guidelines were written by educators for educators, over the course of five years. In addition to the guidelines themselves, ASM offers a variety of resources to help you implement them in your classroom.
- Sample learning outcomes (pdf)
- Sample test questions
- Teaching microbiology to nursing/allied health majors? See the MINAH guidelines (pdf)
- ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE)
The importance of evidence-based instructional practicesASM’s curriculum guidelines were written to be used in conjunction with evidence-based instructional practices such as student-centred classrooms, active learning and backwards course design. These teaching practices promote student learning for long-lasting and deep understanding. For the latest research in evidence-based educational practices in microbiology, see ASM’s Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education.
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