The Miami Project Remote Exposure to Neurotrauma Research Program is a fully remote, “do at your own pace” version of our remote summer sessions. The 8-unit course mirrors the summer research program and will be offered during the months of September thru January.
This course is open to students, educators, and the general public. Anyone who is interested in strengthening their understanding of neurotrauma research, and the work being done at The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, is invited to participate. Undergraduate students participating in the remote session may also be interested in applying for our “in-person” internship, the Henry G. Steinbrenner Scholars Program, beginning in May 2022.
If you have any questions about this program, please contact Maria Chagoyen, Education Coordinator, at 305-243-7108 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Each unit consists of:
Virtual Entry Ticket
An Entry ticket, also known as a pre-test, focuses student attention on the topic or ask students to recall background knowledge before starting the lesson.
1-hour pre-recorded, scientific presentation by a faculty member of The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis
A scientific article focusing on the unit topic and questions aimed to assess understanding of the content.
Additional links to articles, videos, and book suggestions offered by the presenter and journal facilitators to encourage the participant to continue learning more about the topic.
10 question multiple choice quiz to gauge participants’ understanding of the Unit
Feedback & Exit Ticket
Exit slips give students an opportunity to review keys ideas, consider essential details, and summarize their thinking.