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Research and Teaching: Using a Practical Instructional Development Process to Show That Integrating Lab and Active Learning Benefits Undergraduate Analytical Chemistry

by: Robyn E. Goacher, Cynthia M. Kline, Alexis Targus, and Paul J. Vermette

The authors describe how a practical instructional development process helped a first-year assistant professor rapidly develop, implement, and assess the impact on her Analytical Chemistry course caused by three changes: (a) moving the lab into the same semester as the lecture, (b) developing a more collaborative classroom environment, and (c) increasing active learning.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 1/1/2017Stock # jcst17_046_03_65Volume 046Issue 03

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