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Beyond Clickers, Next Generation Classroom Response Systems

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Interesting chem ed links. Especially interested in transition from school to college, laboratory learning and technology in education. I only scoop things I've read and find useful and/or interesting. Follow @Chem_Ed_Links
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A Cost-Effective Physical Modeling Exercise To Develop Students’ Understanding of Covalent Bonding - Journal of Chemical Education (ACS Publications)

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Transforming Undergraduate Students into Junior Researchers: Oxidation–Reduction Sequence as a Problem-Based Case Study

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Journal of Chemical Education (ACS Publications)

Journal of Chemical Education (ACS Publications) | Chemed | Chemistry Education | Scoop.it
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A useful diagnostic assessment tool for some introductory quantum chem topics

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The Safety “Use Case”: Co-Developing Chemical Information Management and Laboratory Safety Skills (Open Access)

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Effectiveness of Student-Generated Video as a Teaching Tool for an Instrumental Technique

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Chemistry Education Research and Practice  2015 Issue 4 is out

Chemistry Education Research and Practice  2015 Issue 4 is out | Chemed | Chemistry Education | Scoop.it
The journal for teachers, researchers and other practitioners in chemistry education. CERP is free to access thanks to sponsorship by the RSC's Education Division
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The Nobel Prizes in Science 2015

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The Nobel Prizes in Science 2015
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Think about time to understand science. Add time to make graphics. Lots of time. Appreciated.

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El Nobel de Qu´´imica 2015 y el ADN

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Two things I've learnt about worked examples

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As part of my PhD reading, I have been getting to grips with "Cognitive Load Theory" by Sweller, Ayres and Kalyuga. Unfortunately, this is one of those academic books that are expensive and only re...
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Interesting... CERP paper this week also discusses "interleaving"

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Beyond Clickers, Next Generation Classroom Response Systems

Beyond Clickers, Next Generation Classroom Response Systems | Chemed | Chemistry Education | Scoop.it
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Quantifying Gold Nanoparticle Concentration in a Dietary Supplement Using Smartphone Colorimetry and Google Applications

Quantifying Gold Nanoparticle Concentration in a Dietary Supplement Using Smartphone Colorimetry and Google Applications | Chemed | Chemistry Education | Scoop.it
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Molecules against Malaria - Context/problem-based learning - Learn Chemistry

Molecules against Malaria - Context/problem-based learning - Learn Chemistry | Chemed | Chemistry Education | Scoop.it
This medicinal chemistry case study is designed to introduce students to the development of antimalarial 4-aminoquinolines and the early stages of drug discovery and development. It focuses on antimalarial 4-aminoquinolines (4-AQs) and involves an introduction to malaria, its causes, societal impact and the need for new drugs. It then presents an overview of 4-AQs, their mode of action, structure activity relationships (SARs) and pharmacokinetics.
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The Twelve Principles of Green Chemistry: What it is, & Why it Matters

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Green chemistry is a concept that crops up with increasing frequency; we've already discussed it here previously with reference to the Periodic Table's 'endangered' elements, and the recycling rates of metal elements used in mobile phones. But what do we mean by 'green chemistry', and what's required for chemistry to be considered 'green'?
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The science of learning

The science of learning | Chemed | Chemistry Education | Scoop.it
Here's a really clear, short and applicable summary of the key areas of cognitive science which can be applied to the classroom: The Science of Learning The summary looks at six questions about lea...
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Improving student understanding... using test-enhanced learning

Test-enhanced learning has successfully been used as a means to enhance learning and promote knowledge retention in students. We have examined whether this approach could be used in a biochemistry course to enhance student learning about lipids-related concepts. Students were provided access to two optional learnin
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Like this paper a lot... Intro is a great read 

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