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View Resource Role Playing Class and Lab for Analytical Chemistry

This site features role-playing activities that students engage in via this analytical chemistry course. A detailed diary of activities, a syllabus, and some problem sets are included. A narrative describing the role playing process in the class is also provided.

View Resource Analytical Chemistry Role Playing Experiments

This page features a number of laboratory experiments (available for download in PDF format) which allow students the opportunity to role play in groups to solve problems. Experiments involve titrations, gravimetry, atomic absorption, chromatography.

View Resource From Teaching to Learning: Part III. Lectures and Approaches to Active Learning

This site features an article from the Journal of Veterinary Medical Education applying active learning processes in veterinary classes focusing on asking questions and brainstorming in class. This page is for faculty, but is general and not specifically geared to any particular discipline. The quality of content is excellent and uses examples of material used in a science lecture, Journal...

View Resource Role Playing in Analytical Chemistry: The Alumni Speak

This is a paper by John Walters and Paul Jackson describing a long term study of the role-playing approach used at St. Olaf College over a number of years in teaching analytical chemistry. The paper provides student views on problem-based learning and cooperative learning that will be of tremendous value to educators interested in adopting these approaches for use in their classrooms. The paper...

View Resource Thoughts on the Education of Analytical Chemists

This reading material focuses on the use of group based role playing as a teaching approach to improve the quality of undergraduate analytical chemistry.

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