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Technology-Enriched Learning Environments in University Chemistry

by: Miri Barak

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Science and technology courses in higher education have traditionally been composed of three elements—lecture, recitation, and evaluation—and have been conducted in lecture-based, teacher-centered settings. In recent years, a growing number of university-level courses are exploring the possibilities of integrating technology-enriched environments. This chapter presents an overview of recent studies on the integration of technology-enriched environments into college-level chemistry courses and the effect of these environments on students’ learning.


Type Book ChapterPub Date 1/1/2006Stock # PB205X_22

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