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Choat, Austin. Supplemental peer instruction in physiologic core concept education. Undergraduate Honors Thesis. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 2022.
The objective of my thesis project was to create and research the importance of supplemental learning videos within core physiological concepts identified by the Advancement of Physiological Principles for the purpose of assisting Dr. Kim Hansen in better educating students with less extensive foundational knowledge of chemical and biological sciences. Through researching the benefits of peer instruction, identifying core physiological concepts crucial to wholistic physiology education, and describing a student population hypothesized to benefit substantially from the work, I created educational videos to aid Dr. Hansen in her work as an educator and in the educational research she is striving to complete. Video topics included concepts such as cellular cycle, membrane transport, membrane potentials, and the countercurrent multiplier system.