Optimizing the homework experience improves student learning and gives instructors more time to engage students in discovery, exploration, and deeper conceptual understanding.
What Students Should Study Students shouldn’t have a choice whether to learn quantitative skills such as data fluency. Colleges must ensure that they do, Ryan Craig writes
By Ryan Craig
How COVID Has Changed The Way Chemistry Instructors are Teaching in 2021
Setting an effective chemistry teaching and learning strategy for fall means understanding not only the new challenges we face but also how college education has changed in the face of the pandemic and a year of remote learning.
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STEM and the chemistry field have often struggled with diversity. Learn how your classroom can serve your students better.
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The most important way to improve your students’ engagement in their college chemistry courses is to employ teaching strategies that are centered on active learning.
Do Your Chemistry Students Get Frustrated With Online Homework?
Technology that focuses on the student experience, device accessibility, and cost can overcome frustrations with online homework.
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Today’s STEM students will lead the way with innovative solutions, but can only do so if we provide them with the necessary education to succeed in these fields.
Educational Technology Should be Designed Specifically for Chemistry
Among the large number of courses that students will take as part of their college degree program, chemistry can be one of the most challenging. The right edtech tools even the playing field.
5 Ways to Reduce Course Costs
As the cost of a college education rises for students, here are 5 ways instructors can reduce course costs without compromising the quality of instruction.