Part of the Prentice Hall Series in Educational Innovation for Chemistry, this unique book is a collection of information, examples, and references on learning theory, teaching methods, and pedagogical issues related to teaching chemistry to college students. In the last several years there has been considerable activity and research in chemical education, and the materials in this book integrate the latest developments in chemistry. Each chapter is written by a chemist who has some expertise in the specific technique discussed, has done some research on the technique, and has applied the technique in a chemistry course.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2005. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: CONTENTS Chapter 1 Introduction to Chemistsrs" Guide to Effective Teaching J. Dudley Herron Chapter 2 How Students Learn: Knowledge Construction in College Chemistry Courses Mark S. Cracolice Chapter 3 All Students are Not Created Equal: Learning Styles in the Chemistry Classroom Stacey Lowery Bretz Chapter 4 Inquiry and the Learning Cycle Approach Michael R. Abraham Chapter 5 Relevance and Learning Theories Donald J. Wink Chapter 6 Models and Modeling George M. Bodner Chapter 7 Enhancing Studentsrs" Conceptual Understanding of Chemistry Dorothy Gabel Chapter 8 The Role of Analogies in Chemistry Teaching MaryKay Orgill and George Bodner Chapter 9 Solving Word Problems in Chemistry Diane M. Bunce Chapter 10 An Introduction to Small-Group Learning Melanie M. Cooper Chapter 11 Using Concept Maps to Figure Out What Your Students Are Really Learning Mary B. Nakhleh Chapter 12 Introduction to Science Writing Heuristic Thomas J. Greenbowe and Brian Hand Chapter 13 Team Learning Pratibha Varma-Nelson & Brian P. Coppola Chapter 14 Electronic Data Collection & the Laboratory Norbert J. Pienta & John R. Amend Chapter 15 Wireless Inside and Outside the Classroom Jimmy Reeves & Charles R. Ward Chapter 16 Using Multimedia to Visualize the Molecular World Roy Tasker. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0131493922