Did you ever try to explain separation to your employees or students? Well, try no more: Lee Polite did it for you in a way which is hard to beat. We will open up one example of his whiteboard class. Click this link to watch the video. To see more, you can register here. Students can access free for one month.
Watch The Flipped Classroom
Chris Harrison has recorded a webinar on the concept and rationale for using a flipped classroom to teach analytical chemistry at university level. Chris made it to support new as well as experienced faculty/instructors. Along with presenting methods for how to create the flipped classroom, strategies on how to conduct the class time, and engage the students are discussed.
What will you learn? Various techniques for preparing a recorded lecture Considerations for what needs to be included in a recorded lecture How to prepare students to succeed in a flipped classroom Strategies for fostering active learning in the physical class time
The Analytical Scientist's July issue pinpoints Pinot Noir’s origin, vet VR in the chemistry classroom and catches up with the world’s longest synchrotron light experiment. It features “cartographers of cancer”; you can also meet some of the new faces of forensics and find out what analytical science has up its sleeve. Link directly to the article or download the complete magazine here .
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