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Pedagogies:
Using a Tablet PC To Enhance Student Engagement and Learning in an Introductory Organic Chemistry Course  Terry L. Derting and James R. Cox
This article describes the integration of a tablet PC into an introductory organic chemistry course in an effort to improve the process and product of the lecture format. The results from student attitudinal surveys reveal a positive reaction toward tablet-based instruction and the availability of archived lecture notes.
Derting, Terry L.; Cox, James R. J. Chem. Educ. 2008, 85, 1638.
Learning Theories |
Student-Centered Learning
Saying What You Mean: Teaching Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry  J. Brent Friesen
Ways to maintain clarity and consistency when teaching reaction mechanisms in organic chemistry include the use of balanced reaction equations, avoiding the use of shortcut notations, including key electrons and bonds in structural representations, and distinguishing between covalent and ionic bonds.
Friesen, J. Brent. J. Chem. Educ. 2008, 85, 1515.
Learning Theories |
Mechanisms of Reactions |
Reactions
A Directed Framework for Integrating Ethics into Chemistry Curricula and Programs Using Real and Fictional Case Studies  Ellen R. Fisher and Nancy E. Levinger
This paper presents an approach to using real and fictional case studies with a range of ethical dilemmas appropriate for a variety of venues, from high school to undergraduate summer research programs to workshops with graduate and postdoctoral students.
Fisher, Ellen R.; Levinger, Nancy E. J. Chem. Educ. 2008, 85, 796.
Ethics |
Laboratory Management |
Learning Theories
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Spreadsheet Methods for Point Group Theoretical Calculations  Edward W. Vitz
An Excel workbook with built-in character tables for all common point groups helps remove some of the tedium from the linear algebra calculations needed to describe bonding and spectroscopy.
Group Theory / Symmetry |
Learning Theories |
Enrichment / Review Materials