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Chemistry Education Research and Practice

2016 Volume 17, Number 4

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Number of articles: 2

  1. A Flipped Classroom Redesign in General Chemistry

    Scott A. Reid

    The flipped classroom continues to attract significant attention in higher education. Building upon our recent parallel controlled study of the flipped classroom in a second-term general chemistry ... More

    pp. 914-922

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  2. Examining the Use of Adaptive Technologies to Increase the Hands-On Participation of Students with Blindness or Low Vision in Secondary-School Chemistry and Physics

    Cary A. Supalo, Jennifer R. Humphrey, Thomas E. Mallouk, H. David Wohlers & William S. Carlsen

    To determine whether a suite of audible adaptive technologies would increase the hands-on participation of high school students with blindness or low vision in chemistry and physics courses, data... More

    pp. 1174-1189

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