2017

Congresos de la SEBBM

XL Congreso: Barcelona, 23-26 de octubre de 2017

Congreso conjunto con las Sociedades francesa y portuguesa:

The 1st FEBS3+ Joint Meeting of the French-Portuguese-Spanish Biochemical and Molecular Biology Societies

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Workshop RW1: Teaching Biochemistry (SEBBM and SFBBM)

(includes Meeting of the SEBBM Biochemistry Teaching Group)

Monday, 23rd October, from 2:30 to 5:00 pm

Coordinated by: Néstor V. Torres and Juan Antonio Aguilera

Round table:

New approaches and good practices in teaching molecular biosciences

Goals: The meeting is designed to facilitate reflection on the challenges of training in molecular biosciences, on the need to change the approach to teaching and learning and on proposals for good practices that contribute to the improvement of teaching. It is a question of what teaching techniques work better than others in the field of biosciences.

Structure of the round table: The session would have 7 presentations of 10 minutes each, followed by a debate, managed by a moderator. The remaining minutes will be devoted to discussing the interventions and will conclude with an intervention by the rapporteur who will summarize the most significant contributions.

The contents of the presentations are structured in two blocks. On the one hand there are those that will serve to define the general framework in which, at the level of ideas as well as educational spaces, the innovative activity in education in biosciences is currently developed. The other block consists of those in which examples of good practices aligned with the above are shown.

Expected results: The conclusions will be presented in an article on Approaches and Good Practices in Biochemistry Education which would cover aspects such as teaching and learning skills in molecular biosciences, curricular planning, ethical considerations and assessment and qualification procedures. Said document will be published through the SEBBM and SFBBM.

Moderator: Néstor V. Torres Darias
Dept. of Biochemistry, Microbiology, Cell Biology and Genetics; Universidad de La Laguna. Coordinator of the Group of Teaching of Biochemistry of the SEBBM. Ambassador for Education of the SEBBM in FEBS.

Rapporteur: Juana Sánchez Roig
Dept. of Fundamental Biology and Health Sciences. Universitat de les Illes Balears.

Speakers:

R09-1 Promotion of educational innovation in biosciences from European scientific societies.
Angel Herráez : Dept. of Systems Biology, Universidad de Alcalá. Coordinator of the Section "University Education" of the SEBBM Journal. Member of FEBS Education Committee.

R09-2 Composing good practices on education.
Jean-Luc Souciet : Professeur émérite, Université de Strasbourg et CNRS. Member of FEBS Education Committee.

R09-3 Relevance and impact of the formative profile of new students in science degrees in their progress and permanence (with special attention to their biological and molecular results).
Rodrigo Trujillo González : Dept. of Mathematical Analysis, Universidad de La Laguna.

R09-4 Problem-based learning as a strategy for teaching biosciences. Application to metabolism.
Miguel Ángel Medina Torres : Dept. of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, Universidad de Málaga.

R09-5 Didactic treatment of mathematical contents in the teaching of Molecular Systems Biology: an experimental approach.
Hilario Ramírez Rodrigo : Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology I, Universidad de Granada.

R09-6 Enhanced interactivity in and outside the classroom.
Magali Blaud1 and Xavier Coumoul2 : 1. Dept. of Biological and Medical Sciences, Université Paris Descartes. 2. Faculté des Sciences Fondamentales et Biomédicales, Université Paris Descartes.

R09-7 The challenge of improving the understanding of biochemistry: a new methodology integrating basic subjects in clinical scenarios.
Iván Rodríguez Martín. Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Poster session:

Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th October, from 10:30 am to 12:00 noon and from 6:00 to 7:30 pm.
(authors present on the 24th for odd-numbered posters, on the 25th for even-numbered posters)

P09-1 Uncover bather than cover: teaching metallomics to master’s students
M. Aureliano

P09-2 Multidisciplinary teaching of Biotechnology and Omics sciences
Concepcion Ávila Sáez

P09-3 (R09-1) Promotion of educational innovation in biosciences from European scientific societies
Angel Herráez

P09-4 Medical Biochemistry seminars: use of formats with metabolic schemes
M. Begoña Ruiz Larrea

P09-5 Medical Biochemistry seminars: closed-format questionnaires to work in group
José Ignacio Ruiz Sanz

P09-6 (R09-7) The challenge of improving the understanding of biochemistry: a new methodology integrating basic subjects in clinical scenarios
Iván Rodriguez Martín

P09-7 Integrated learning of basic sciences and nursing procedures through a clinical case study in a simulated context
Paloma Aivar

P09-8 Vertical integrated activity in Biochemistry based on WSLA as a tool to integrate good laboratory practices into preclinical dentistry scenarios
María José Blanco Fernández de Valderrama

P09-9 A student congress as an example of integration of both Biochemistry and Genetics curricula
Emma Muñoz-Sáez

P09-10 (R09-3) Relevance and impact of the formative profile of new students in science degrees for their progress and permanence (with special attention to their results in Biochemistry subjects)
Rodrigo Trujillo González

P09-11 (R09-5) Teaching strategies to afford mathematical contents in Molecular Systems Biology: An experimental on-hands oriented experience
Hilario Ramírez Rodrigo

P09-12 Simulating metabolic pathways in an elementary course of Biochemistry
Juan Antonio Aguilera Mochón

P09-13 Improvement of student assistance and learning process by implementing activities with the "Kahoot" virtual tool
Gerard Aragonès

P09-14 (R09-2) Composing good practices on education
Jean-Luc Souciet

P09-15 (R09-4) Problem-based learning as a strategy for teaching biosciences
Miguel Ángel Medina

P09-16 (R09-6) Enhanced interactivity in and outside the classroom
Magali Blaud


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