Cooperative learning in organic chemistry increases student assessment of learning gains in key transferable skills

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10.1039/C7RP00014F

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Canelas, DA, JL Hill and A Novicki (2017). Cooperative learning in organic chemistry increases student assessment of learning gains in key transferable skills. Chem. Educ. Res. Pract., 18(3). pp. 441–456. 10.1039/C7RP00014F Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/15673.

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Dorian Canelas

Associate Professor of the Practice of Chemistry

Prof. Canelas has been active in implementation of student-centered pedagogies and developing programs to increase undergraduate retention in science tracks. Research interests include chemical education research and the scholarship of teaching and learning as well as macromolecules for industrial and biological applications, such as microelectronics, coatings, membranes, gene therapy delivery, and blood compatibility.


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