Help your microbiology students escape learning silos and confidently handle complex material with these teaching techniques from Dr. Norman-McKay.
Discover how to enhance learning outcomes by integrating AI into your Chemistry course and your students’ study tools. Learn how to use AI in the classroom from experts Joel Caughran and Chris Hess.
Student success can be greatly influenced by their preparedness and incoming knowledge. General Chemistry researchers have identified the potential for narrowing performance gaps across different demographic groups in introductory STEM courses by tailoring course designs and teaching methods to better align with the students' preparedness.
Explore the philosophy of active learning and discover techniques for implementing active-learning pre-lecture, in-lecture, and post-lecture.
Join Dr. James Rubenstein to learn how Mapping can help bring to life geographic concepts underlying the distribution of economic activities.
Join Dr. Nivaldo Tro for a discussion on the effectiveness of certain pedagogical strategies and their implementation in general chemistry.
Join Debbie Schmidt to learn four design approaches to keep the course on track and support better learning practices for students based on research.
Join Dr. Joan Salge Blake to learn about how can we make better sense of the nutrition and health information we receive and help our students do the same.
Join Dr. Lourdes P. Norman-McKay to explore ways to shape students' STEM identity as a means of encouraging success and retention of underrepresented groups in STEM disciplines.
Join faculty advisor Debbie Schmidt to learn how to use Mastering® tools to identify struggling students and give them personalized remediation, even if they never come to office hours.
Dr. Richard Mullins, joined by a student, talk about controlling your own destiny in Organic Chemistry. Rick outlines strategies used to help students truly learn how to master the challenging content.
Join Dr. Rick Mullins and Dr. Adam Azman of Xavier University for a discussion on teaching students how to truly learn organic chemistry.
Join Professor Nivaldo Tro of Santa Barbara City College for a discussion on pedagogical strategies, including the spacing effect and pretesting and how to use them in your introductory chemistry course.
Join Dr. Rick Mullins of Xavier University for a discussion on lessons learned while moving organic chemistry online as a result of the pandemic.
Join Debbie Schmidt of Pearson for a discussion on backward design.
Join Professor Nivaldo Tro of Santa Barbara City College for a discussion on effective pedagogical strategies and their implementation in General Chemistry.
Join Professors Catherine Crouch and Brian Jones as they share their experiences in adapting courses to better meet the needs of life science students.
Join Professor Brian Jones of Colorado State University for a discussion on approaches to teaching College Physics to a variety of students.