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Indiana College Biology Teachers Association

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About

The Indiana College Biology Teachers Association is a group that is focused on bringing together college biology teachers in the state of Indiana for the purposes of learning about pedagogical ideas and opportunities for increasing our knowledge of the field.

Steering Committee:

Pamela Pretorius (Hanover College), Past President

Kim Baker (University of Indianapolis; 2021-2024)

Beth Rueschhoff (Indiana University Southeast; 2021-2024)

Glené Mynhardt (Hanover College; 2021-2024)

Doug Stemke (University of Indianapolis; 2022-2025)

Officers (2023 - 2024):

  • President: Ann Grens (Indiana University-South Bend),

  • President-elect: Michelle Marasco (Franklin College),

  • Treasurer: Bruce Evans (Huntington University),

  • Media Coordinator: Marc A. Milne (University of Indianapolis).

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Activities

ICBTA is dedicated to the advancement of biology education in post-secondary academic institutions throughout the state. Our main method of information dissemination is through our annual meeting in the Fall.

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2024 ICBTA Conference

Biology Education in the Digital Age

Topics may include:

• AI integration into coursework
• Writing assignments with the advent of AI
• Building essential technology skills of software usage and hardware understanding
• Engagement in digital spaces
• Equity (or lack of) in tech advancements

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“One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.”

Malala Yousafzai

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Upcoming Conference

  • 2024 ICBTA Conference
    2024 ICBTA Conference
    Sat, Sep 21
    University of Indianapolis Health Center
    Sep 21, 2024, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    University of Indianapolis Health Center, 1643 E Hanna Ave ste 108, Indianapolis, IN 46227, USA
    Sep 21, 2024, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    University of Indianapolis Health Center, 1643 E Hanna Ave ste 108, Indianapolis, IN 46227, USA
    Topics may include: • AI integration into coursework • Writing assignments with the advent of AI • Building essential technology skills of software usage and hardware understanding • Engagement in digital spaces • Equity (or lack of) in tech advancements
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Contact Indiana College Biology Teachers Association

milnem at uindy dot edu

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