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  • Sarah Breen
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    REMINDER:
    International Survey of Undergraduate Introductory Biomechanics Faculty
    Please consider completing this short survey if you have taught an undergraduate introductory biomechanics course at your higher education college/ university during at least one of the past five years, including during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    The survey should take 15 minutes for you to complete.
    Many students are fearful of and struggle with Newtonian mechanics and biomechanics. Our research focuses on documenting faculty perceptions of instructional strategies that facilitate learning biomechanics concepts, particularly in new electronic formats implemented as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Your responses on the survey are anonymous and your participation is completely voluntary. By completing the survey, you are granting permission for researchers to use your responses in scientific presentations and publications. Thank you for contributing to our shared efforts to improve learning of biomechanics concepts.
    Sarah Breen, Ph.D, FISBS
    Northern Michigan University,
    Marquette, MI, USA
    Duane Knudson, Ph.D. FISBS
    Texas State University,
    San Marcos, TX, USA
    Please click HERE or paste the following link into your browser to complete the survey: https://nmu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3dDis6oBb194VHE
    https://nmu.qualtrics.com

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  • International Survey of Undergraduate Introductory Biomechanics Faculty

    International Survey of Undergraduate Introductory Biomechanics Faculty
    Please consider completing this short survey if you have taught an undergraduate introductory biomechanics course at your higher education college/ university during at least one of the past five years, including during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    The survey should take 15 minutes for you to complete.

    Many students are fearful of and struggle with Newtonian mechanics and biomechanics. Our research focuses on documenting faculty perceptions of instructional strategies that facilitate learning biomechanics concepts, particularly in new electronic formats implemented as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Your responses on the survey are anonymous and your participation is completely voluntary. By completing the survey, you are granting permission for researchers to use your responses in scientific presentations and publications. Thank you for contributing to our shared efforts to improve learning of biomechanics concepts.
    Sarah Breen, Ph.D, FISBS
    Northern Michigan University,
    Marquette, MI, USA
    Duane Knudson, Ph.D. FISBS
    Texas State University,
    San Marcos, TX, USA
    Please click HERE or paste the following link into your browser to complete the survey: https://nmu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3dDis6oBb194VHE
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