This is a basic lecture outline interpretation in which the basics of vision are reviewed and the differences in canine vision compared to human. This narrative is in reponse to an article written on the subject which is also available at this site.
Type of Material:
This material could be used to initiate discussion on comparisons between human and canine vision
Identify Major Learning Goals:
Summarizes the differences between human and canine vision.
Target Student Population:
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic understanding of human vision. To read the original article would help the user.
Summarizes information from a journal article in clear and concise way, bringing in the authors views and research.
Adds to existing knowledge.
Has no diagrams or visual aids to help the reader.
Reader has to read original article to understand where information fits.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
Adds to knowledge base. Could be used to start discussion.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
This is a document that is easily brought up and can be printed.
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