Active Learning. Models from the Analytical Sciences by Patricia Ann Mabrouk

By Patricia Ann Mabrouk

content material: creation / Patricia Ann Mabrouk --
An commercial standpoint towards analytical chemical schooling / Dorothy J. Phillips --
schooling for analytical chemistry within the usa from the Fifties to the current / Frank A. Settle, Jr. --
Cooperative studying / Richard M. Felder and Rebecca Brent --
Collaborative and project-based studying in analytical chemistry / Thomas J. Wenzel --
Bioanalytical chemistry : version for an absolutely built-in problem-based studying technique / Patricia Ann Mabrouk --
Context-based case stories in analytical chemistry / S.T. Belt and T.L. Overton --
Service-learning : an oxymoron within the actual sciences? : or : 10 years of carrier studying : the place to? / A. Fitch --
carrier studying in analytical chemistry : extending the laboratory into the neighborhood / A.G. Cavinato --
Web-based animation in analytical chemistry / Thomas G. Chasteen --
development of chemometrics in study supportive curricula : getting ready for the calls for of society / John H. Kalivas --
Web-based purposes : potent software of spectroscopy and chemistry software program instruments in the analytical chemistry curriculum to facilitate studying and labwork / Marie Scandone, Deborah Kernan, and Gregory M. Banik --
lively studying utilizing the digital mass spectrometry laboratory / Mark E. Bier and Joseph J. Grabowski --
The analytical sciences electronic library : an invaluable source for energetic studying / Cynthia okay. Larive and Theodore Kuwana --
constructing the rules of analytical chemistry utilizing an internet structure / R.K. Gilpin and C.S. Gilpin --
Analytical technology schooling for chemical laboratory technicians / John Kenkel --
educating and studying quantitative research / Robert J. Eierman --
lively studying within the introductory graduate scholar analytical chemistry path : getting scholars to "think analytically" / Alexander Scheeline and Ryan C. Bailey --
Collaborative study : the nice, the undesirable, and the gorgeous / William R. Heineman and Richard N. Zare --
ultimate suggestions / Patricia Ann Mabrouk.

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Even if the tests only count for a relatively small portion of the course grade, their presence works against the familiar phenomenon of some team members doing little or none of the work and getting the same high course grades as their more responsible teammates. • In lecture courses (as opposed to project-based courses), include group homework grades in the determination of the final course grade only when a student has a passing average on the individual exams. This policy— which should be announced in writing on the first day of class—is particularly important in required courses that are prerequisites for other courses in the core curriculum.

The section in this chapter on research support for cooperative learning provides useful material of this nature. • Make team assignments more challenging than traditional individual assignments. C L works best for challenging problems and activities that require higher-level thinking skills. Students resent having to spend time in teams on assignments they could easily complete individually. • Don't curve course grades. It should be theoretically possible for every student in a class to earn an A .

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