Reflection: High Expectations So What DO I DO Now? Helping Students Deconstruct and Reconstruct Lab Safety Protocols - Section 4: Explain


Student-to-student or peer feedback can be an extremely positive tool, especially with older students. Although, as with any other cooperative learning model or routine, there can be enormous drawbacks. A way I have been able to avoid less than positive exchanges with students has been through the use of rubrics such as this Flowgram Rubric, checklists and explicit templates to guide students as they analyze and/or evaluate the work of other students. 

  Peer Feedback?? Rubrics and Checklist are a MUST!!!
  High Expectations: Peer Feedback?? Rubrics and Checklist are a MUST!!!
Loading resource...

So What DO I DO Now? Helping Students Deconstruct and Reconstruct Lab Safety Protocols

Unit 1: Introduction to the Biotechnology Workplace
Lesson 7 of 11

Objective: Students will be able to identify required lab safety practices used when preparing solid media in order to determine when violations could occur, correct these actions and avoid potential hazards through the evaluation of lab safety protocols.

Big Idea: Students should always demonstrate proper health and safety practices when working in the biotechnology lab but getting student to master these routines quickly requires new approaches to "practice"!

  Print Lesson
2 teachers like this lesson
lab safety
Similar Lessons
The Business of the Busy-CNS!
High School Science » Brain Anatomy and Function
Big Idea: The Central Nervous System is a highly trafficked area of the body that is analogous to the efficiency of a well constructed set of roadways.
Charlotte, NC
Environment: Urban
Tamica Stubbs
Conducting an Experiment: (The Scientific Method in Action part 2)
High School Science » The Nature of Science
Big Idea: Experiences in the field can highlight the shortcomings of an experimental design. Also: Science is fun!
Los Angeles, CA
Environment: Urban
Taylor Wichmanowski
Modeling Momentum Using Graphs
High School Physics » Momentum
Big Idea: Interpreting graphical data that represents a system before and after a collision is a great way to learn about momentum and impulse.
New York, NY
Environment: Urban
Tenicka Norwood
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload