Automated, Web-Based, Second-Chance Homework
Randall W. Hall, Leslie G. Butler, Saundra Y. McGuire, Sean P. McGlynn, Gary L. Lyon, Ron L. Reese, Patrick A. Limbach
Journal of Chemical Education Volume 78, Number 12, ISSN 0021-9584
Uses the World Wide Web to provide an active learning environment with rapid and accurate homework feedback which is also an effective tool to foster critical thinking skills. Allows students to submit a second chance homework following feedback to a previously wrongly answered question. (YDS)
Hall, R.W., Butler, L.G., McGuire, S.Y., McGlynn, S.P., Lyon, G.L., Reese, R.L. & Limbach, P.A. (2001). Automated, Web-Based, Second-Chance Homework. Journal of Chemical Education, 78(12), 1704-1708.
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