Communication in Chemistry

Garland L. Crawford (Redaktør) ; Kathryn D. Kloepper (Redaktør) ; John J. Meyers (Redaktør) ; Richard H. Singiser (Redaktør)

The ability to clearly communicate scientific facts to the public is an essential skill for all scientists, especially as many of the products we use in daily life function through chemistry. This work contains different approaches taken by faculty to present chemical information to students and the public. Les mer
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The ability to clearly communicate scientific facts to the public is an essential skill for all scientists, especially as many of the products we use in daily life function through chemistry. This work contains different approaches taken by faculty to present chemical information to students and the public. With chapters on classroom practices, the incorporation of art and popular media, and academic and communication opportunities, this work will inspire educators
to find creative ways to communicate chemistry with students and the public.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1. Communicating Chemistry: An Introduction, Garland L. Crawford, Kathryn D. Kloepper, John J. Meyers, and Richard H. Singiser

Chapter 2. From Cornerstone to Capstone: Perspectives on Improving Student Communication Skills through Intentional Curricular Alignment, Bridget G. Trogden and Joseph P. Mazer

Chapter 3. Linking Oral Communication in the Chemistry Classroom to the American Association of Colleges and Universities VALUE Rubric, Gretchen E. Potts

Chapter 4. Developing Undergraduate Students' Critical Thinking Skills in a Chemical Communications Course and Beyond, Jodi L. O'Donnell, Jesse W. Karr, Bryce M. Lipinski, and Danielle Frederickson

Chapter 5. Practicing Multimodal Chemistry Communication through Online Collaborative Learning, Michael T. Wentzel, Isaiah Ripley, Brett M. McCollum, and Layne A. Morsch

Chapter 6. Examining the Use of Scientific Argumentation Strategies in Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Learning Contexts To Teach Climate Science, Annemarie D. Ross, Randy Yerrick, and Todd Pagano

Chapter 7. Implementing Reciprocal Peer Teaching in the Instrumental Analysis Laboratory, Nicole M. Dickson-Karn

Chapter 8. Oral Alternatives to Traditional Written Lab Reports, Veronica M. Berns

Chapter 9. Advancing Scientific Communication with Infographics: An Assignment for Upper-Level Chemistry Classes, Rebecca M. Jones

Chapter 10. Engaging Nonchemistry Majors Through Application-Based Final Projects in the Elementary Organic Chemistry Classroom, Kasey L. Yearty and Richard W. Morrison

Chapter 11. Structured Presentations That Tie Chemistry Course Content to Everyday Contexts, Aimee L. Miller

Chapter 12. Can You Teach Subatomic Particles with WKRP in Cincinnati and Climate Change with Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Conveying Chemistry to Nonscience Majors Using Videos, Sean P. Hickey

Chapter 13. Building Scientific Communication Skills through MythBusters Videos and Community Engagement, Charity Flener-Lovitt, Avery Cook Shinneman, and Kara Adams

Chapter 14. Why Communicating Chemistry Can Be Complicated, Todd Whitcombe

Chapter 15. Investigating the Content Connections of General Chemistry and Chemistry in the News, Annabelle Lolinco, Christina Kindle, and Thomas Holme

Chapter 16. Using Art To Communicate Chemistry, Vance E. Williams

Chapter 17. The Future of Chemistry Communication Is Digital: Overcoming Hesitancies for Online Engagement, Sarah Mojarad

Chapter 18. Encouraging Bridges: Connecting Science Students to Public Problem-Solving through Science Communication, Sara A. Mehltretter Drury, Ryan A. Rush, Sarah E. Wilder, and Laura M. Wysocki

Editors' Biographies
Author Index
Subject Index

Om forfatteren

Garland L. Crawford, Mercer University, Macon, Georgia, United States

Kathryn D. Kloepper, Mercer University, Macon, Georgia, United States

John J. Meyers, Clayton State University, Morrow, Georgia, United States

Richard H. Singiser, Clayton State University, Morrow, Georgia, United States