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Molecular Modeling as the Spark for Active Learning Approaches for Interdisciplinary Biology Teaching

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submitted on 16.11.2018, 09:28 and posted on 16.11.2018, 14:45 by Antoine Taly, Francesco Nitti, Marc Baaden, samuela pasquali
We present here an interdisciplinary workshop on the subject of biomolecules offered to undergraduate and high-school students with the aim of boosting their interest toward all areas of science contributing to the study of life. The workshop involves Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science and Biology. Based on our own areas of research, molecular modeling is chosen as central axis as it involves all disciplines. In order to provide a strong biological motivation for the study of the dynamics of biomolecules, the theme of the workshop is the origin of life.
All sessions are built around active pedagogies, including games, and a final poster presentation.

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Email Address of Submitting Author

samuela.pasquali@parisdescartes.fr

Institution

Université Paris Descartes

Country

France

ORCID For Submitting Author

0000-0003-1487-0894

Declaration of Conflict of Interest

none

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