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Embedded Science of Learning
The Science of Learning: the scientific study of how people learn (Meyer’s, 2018). The Science of Instruction: the scientific study of how to help people learn (Meyer’s, 2018). The Science of Assessment: the scientific study of how to determine what people know (Meyer’s, 2018). REL integrates these
Scaffolding content allows REL’s technology to offer support to a learner throughout their learning process. Scaffolding can be compared to how a construction company provides the support (or scaffolds) of building a skyscraper using both “adjustable and temporary“ (Palincsar, 1986, p.75) support mechanisms as the building
Spaced Retrieval Quizzes
Many learning and teaching techniques/practices used in education are not born from science but are rooted in theory, lore, and intuition. One of the evidence-proven strategies used by REL is that repeated exposure to formative quizzes over spaced time intervals (spaced distribution) result in more efficient learning and greater …
Components of the body and major body systems including structure of the human body, anatomical terminology, biochemical composition of the human body.
Molecular structure, metabolic pathways, gene expression, genetic diseases and metabolic disorders, clinical implications of human biochemistry.
The structure and function of cells; membrane structure and composition, transport, and trafficking; the cytoskeleton and cell movement; the breakdown of macromolecules and generation of energy; the integration of cells into tissues; as cell cycle regulation, signal transduction, apoptosis and cancer cell biology.
Epidemiology & Biostatistics
Epidemiology & Biostatistics
The study of the distribution and determinants of health-related states and events in specified populations with the application of statistical principles to questions and problems, while providing tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing, and interpreting it
“ REL is a great learning tool that provides a much-needed service to both students and teachers. So many times throughout my basic sciences I was asking myself if I was actually learning the material, and often times my professors weren’t able to pinpoint exactly where I was struggling. With the student/teacher interface in REL, I was able to address where my strong and weak study habits were. Also, the way that quizzes were given to us at timed intervals based on our mastery of the material was extremely helpful. I didn’t need to spend hours sifting through the other Q-Banks just to find one or two applicable questions based on where I was struggling! ”
“ Having the questions sent to me automatically made my studying very efficient. Also, there were so many questions focused on first-year topics that didn’t include information that I hadn’t had a course on yet that it really helped me in my first and second semesters. The weekly feedback from the student dashboard really helped me know if I was on track and if my current study habits were working for the content I was studying. ”