Intended for anyone who teaches chemistry, this book examines applications of learning theoriesapresenting actual techniques and practices that respected professors have used to implement and achieve their goals. Introduction: Chemistry and Chemical Education; Exploring the Impact of Teaching Styles on Student Learning in Both Traditional and Innovative Classes; Guided Inquiry and the Learning Cycle; Teaching to Achieve Conceptual Change; Transforming Lecture Halls with Cooperative Learning; Using Visualization Techniques in Chemistry Teaching; POGIL: Process-Oriented Guided-Inquiry Learning; Peer-Led Team Learning: Scientific Learning and Discovery; Peer-Led Team Learning: Organic Chemistry; Practical Issues on the Development, Implementation, and Assessment of a Fully Integrated Laboratory-Lecture Teaching Environment; Model-Observe-Reflect-Explain (MORE) Thinking Frame Instruction: Promoting Reflective Laboratory Experiences to Improve Understanding of Chemistry; Technology Based Inquiry Oriented Activities for Large Lecture Environments; Using Visualization Technology and Group Activities in Large Chemistry Courses; Computer Animations of Chemical Processes at the Molecular Level; Symbolic Mathematics in the Chemistry Curriculum: Facilitating the Understanding of Mathematical Models used in Chemistry; Chemistry Is in the News: They Why and Wherefore of Integrating Popular News Media into the Chemistry Classroom; Chemistry at a Science Museum; The Journal of Chemical Education Digital Library: Enhancing Learning with Online Resources. A useful reference for chemistry educators.GOALS AND OPEN-REVIEW MODULES The goals of the Chem-Online feature include improving collaboration among ... Gases, Theresa Julia Zielinski ( Thermodynamics) ac Spectroscopy of 12, George R. Long, Deborah G. Sauder ( Spectroscopy) ... Instructions for authors of a JCE LrnComOnline module can be found atanbsp;...
|Title||:||Chemists' Guide to Effective Teaching|
|Author||:||Norbert J. Pienta, Melanie M. Cooper, Thomas J. Greenbowe|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2008-09-01|