Active Learning in Organic Chemistry

Implementation and Analysis

Justin B. Houseknecht (Redaktør) ; Alexey Leontyev (Redaktør) ; Vincent M. Maloney (Redaktør) ; Catherine O. Welder (Redaktør)

Organic chemistry courses are often difficult for students, and instructors are constantly seeking new ways to improve student learning. This volume details active learning strategies implemented at a variety of institutional settings, including small and large; private and public; liberal arts and technical; and highly selective and open-enrollment institutions. Les mer
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Organic chemistry courses are often difficult for students, and instructors are constantly seeking new ways to improve student learning. This volume details active learning strategies implemented at a variety of institutional settings, including small and large; private and public; liberal arts and technical; and highly selective and open-enrollment institutions. Readers will find detailed descriptions of methods and materials, in addition to data supporting analyses
of the effectiveness of reported pedagogies.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1. Introduction to Active Learning in Organic Chemistry and Essential Terms Justin B. Houseknecht, Alexey Leontyev, Vincent M. Maloney, and Catherine O. Welder

Just-in-Time Teaching
Chapter 2. Using Just-in-Time Teaching To Engage Rural Students in Small Enrollment Organic Chemistry Classes Mary S. Lenczewski
Chapter 3. Finding Time for Active Learning with Just-in-Time Teaching Thomas P. Umile

Using Technology to Engage Students
Chapter 4. Clickers in Small Undergraduate Organic Chemistry Courses: Increasing Student Engagement while Improving Perception Racquel C. DeCicco
Chapter 5. Collaborative Problem Solving: Using Clickers and Cloud Folders To Enhance Student Learning in Organic Chemistry Ryan C. Jeske, James A. Jones, and Courtney L. Stanford
Chapter 6. Student Use of Classroom Response Systems To Promote Active Learning Kevin M. Shea
Chapter 7. The Mechanisms App and Platform Julia E. Winter, Sarah E. Wegwerth, Brittland K. DeKorver, Layne A. Morsch, Dane DeSutter, Lawrence M. Goldman, and Lauren M. Reutenauer

The Flipped Classroom
Chapter 8. An All-In Approach to Flipping the Organic Chemistry Classroom Using Elements of Peer-Led Team Learning with Undergraduate Learning Assistants Catherine O. Welder
Chapter 9. Flipping an Allied Health Survey Course of Organic and Biological Chemistry Douglas Schirch
Chapter 10. Benefits of a Partially Flipped Organic Chemistry Course to Student Perceptions and Learning James C. Shattuck
Chapter 11. Effective Implementations of a Partially Flipped Classroom for Large-Enrollment Organic Chemistry Courses Matthew D. Casselman

Collaborative Learning with POGIL
Chapter 12. Cooperative Learning in Large Sections of Organic Chemistry: Transitioning to POGIL Dorian A. Canelas, Jennifer L. Hill, and Robert G. Carden
Chapter 13. Combining POGIL and a Flipped Classroom Methodology in Organic Chemistry Matthew P. DeMatteo

Editors' Biographies
Author Index
Subject Index

Om forfatteren

Justin B. Houseknecht, Department of Chemistry
Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio, United States

Alexey Leontyev, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, United States

Vincent M. Maloney, Department of Chemistry, Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States

Catherine O. Welder, Department of Chemistry. Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, United States