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|Stroke Lab--Pre Assessments and Activities|
What you see here is a sample TOC (Table of Contents). You are a member of this class, along with other teachers who have either attended our workshops, and/or committed to pilot this lab with students. All the materials you need to experience this virtual lab are accessible here. This gives you a good idea on what a Mind course might look like for your students, if you decide to implement one of the virtual labs.
|Stroke Virtual Lab Activities|
Here are the actual virtual lab activities that you would/could have your students complete.
Short Tutorial on Navigating Through the Stroke Lab
For those of you who might not be avid video game players, this tutorial might help you in navigating our virtual space. This is a tutorial that you could also provide for your students.Curriculum Information:
ENTER The Virtual Stroke Lab (Teacher's Ed) NOW
When you're ready to begin the lab, this is where you want to be! Enjoy! Remember to look at this experience through 2 different points of view. One as a student, getting to do something different in class, and also as a teacher, who would need to decide how the curriculum could help them teach a specific topic better.Curriculum Information:
NBC Brian Williams: Aneurysms & the Coiling Procedure
This activity includes watching a newscast featuring the life saving procedure highlighted in this virtual lab. You might consider having students watch this after they participate in the virtual lab.Curriculum Information:
The Stroke Lab Professional Development Manual (PDF) 12meg
This manual was created for use at The Mind Project's teacher workshops. It introduces the labs, lays out pedagogical goals, identifies national science standards met by the lab, and has many screen captures of the virtual lab itself. We hope this is of help even to teachers who do not participate in our workshops.Curriculum Information:
PDF (Printable) Version of EMR (Electronic Medical Record)
The EMR (Electronic Medical Record) is the electronic encyclopedia embedded in the Virtual Stroke Lab that has all of the scientific information that is needed to complete the lab. This is a printable version for use by teachers and students so that the content can be accessed without going into the lab itself and so that it can be printed in hard copy.Curriculum Information:
|Post Virtual Lab Teacher Assessments|
Here are the assessments the Mind Project requests teachers take after completing the virtual lab during a workshop or on your own.
Stroke Content and Affective Quiz
Please take this assessment AFTER you have completed The Virtual Stroke lab. If you decide to pilot this lab, this is the same assessment students will take. It includes affective questions about your experience in completing the lab, as well as content questions.
General Lab Survey
This survey will ask general questions about your experience with the virtual lab. If you decide to pilot the lab with students, they will take this survey as well.
Please complete this survey AFTER you have gone through the lab, but before you implement it with students. It asks questions about how you might implement the Virtual Stroke Lab into your curriculum.
|Post Implementation Assessments|
If you implement the Stroke Lab, and use it with students, we would appreciate some additional feedback from you. Please complete the following surveys. Your time is much appreciated!
Implementation Feedback Survey for Piloting Teachers (Post-Pilot)
Please complete this survey AFTER you implement it with students. Thank you so much.