Addressing faculty objections to the implementation of active learning strategies in the analytical chemistry course

Mabrouk, Patricia Ann
October 2005
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Oct2005, Vol. 383 Issue 3, p365
Academic Journal
Addresses faculty objections to the implementation of active learning strategies in the analytical chemistry course. Disadvantage of traditional lecture-based classroom strategies for faculty members and students; Capacity of active learning in saving time and facilitate student learning; Information on strategies used in support of a problem-based learning undergraduate elective designed in response to student interest for an advanced undergraduate analytical course.


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