ADInstruments is pleased to announce the winner of the 2022 Lt Sensors Sponsorship, Professor James Windelborn of Regis College. James receives three free Beginner Human Physiology Sensor Kits and access to the Lt Sensors Human Physiology Collection for one year.
The Lt Sensors Sponsorship (Fall 2022) was created to support innovative educators who are interested in introducing new technology into student laboratories. James is the new A&P course coordinator at Regis College and plans to use Lt and Lt Sensors with 160 students in his 100-level A&P, pathophysiology, and neurobiology courses.
Regis College is located in the Boston metro area and more than 50% of the incoming freshman class are first-generation students.
On his win, James says, "As the A&P Coordinator, I hope to incorporate much more human physiology into the current labs, which are mainly focused on anatomical models."
"My goal is to help students connect physiological content with the experiences they have with their own bodies."
"I hope that incorporating more lab experiences that students can easily explain to their families will help to enhance their learning and help their families understand what college is providing for them."
"One of the challenges when teaching physiology is that students become overwhelmed by the vocabulary, which serves as a barrier to understanding key concepts. Translating their own physiologies into data they can interact with in the lab is one way to help them bridge that gap."
To help James achieve his goal of engaging students in active learning, Lt Sensors allow students to record authentic physiological data directly into our online learning platform Lt, both inside and outside the lab.
We're thrilled to be able to support Professor Windelborn in his teaching, and we look forward to hearing more about how student outcomes and experiences continue to improve in his refreshed class structure.