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Periodic solutions and bistability in a model for cytotoxic T-lymphocyte (CTL) response to human T-cell lymphotropic virus type I (HTLV-I)Download
HTLV-I is the first discovered human retrovirus and a causative agent of both adult T-cell leukemia (ATL) and HTLV-I-associated myelopathy (or tropical spastic paraparesis) (HAM/TSP). Previous models have been successful in providing insight into the progression of HTLV-I infection. The...
Cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL) play a critical role in immune surveillance and elimination of virus-infected and malignant cells. CTL utilize two major cell-contact dependent mechanisms to kill antigen-bearing target cells. One mechanism involves the directional release of cytolytic molecules...
What is active learning? Why should I build active learning strategies into my teaching? Using technology to promote active learning (J.R. Dingwall). Looking closely at some active learning strategies. Selecting and personalizing active learning strategies.
Maximizing the Effectiveness of the "One Shot" Workshop: University of Alberta Libraries Workshop, February 25, 2016Download
Three key principles to maximize one-shot workshops.
Defines basic, intermediate, and advanced polls and questions for each type of poll.
The pedagogical benefits of using lesson "hooks" or "anticipatory sets." Examples and characteristics of effective hooks.
Define blended learning. Describe the characteristics of a flipped classroom. Identify the benefits and constraints of flipped classes. Identify some best practices associated with flipping a course. Begin to imagine and/or create some "flipped" experiences for a workshop/session.