Survey after keystone exams - 3rd block

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  1. Using COMPELTE sentences please answer the following;
    What did you like best about the invertebrate lab station activity?
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  1. Using COMPELTE sentences please answer the following;
    What did you like least about the invertebrate lab station activity? Any suggestions for improvement? (Realize we had a very large class this year, normally the groups would be smaller and more opportunities to move from table to table on your own, discussions with the instructor, etc..)
    *


  1. Using COMPELTE sentences please answer the following;
    With the change in Pennsylvania to the Keystone Biology Exam content 6 years, there is now less time (in some years depending on the test date there is no time) in class for such topics as invertebrates, vertebrates or anatomy (ex: frog dissection). Do you feel there should be some reduction in the keystone biology content in order to make room for topics such as the invertebrates, vertebrates or anatomy? Do you feel there is value in learning about the traits of these sometimes obscure and small organisms? Please explain.



  1. Would you have liked to spend more time with each invertebrate topic if it was possible?? For example one day learning about each station and going more into the details of each invertebrate group by doing some research on your own for each group?
    Realize HOWEVER this would replace the frog dissection. *
    Yes
    No


  1. Depending on the time left after keystone exams in my biology classes, students have also done lab activities on vertebrates, plants, bacteria/viruses or advanced microscope use. Please rank the activities below in order of your first choice that you would like to learn about from least liked to learn about. Ranking a topic #1 would indicate your first choice and #7 would be your last. *
        1 2 3 4 5 6 7
    Frog Dissection/Anatomy  
    Invertebrate lab stations  
    Vertebrate lab stations  
    Plant lab stations  
    Using micrscopes (more than what we did for cells)  
    Bacteria/Viruses  
    Biomes of the world  





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