Tackle common problems in intro Chemistry at Madison College

Explore an approach that interests you to tackle common problems in General Chemistry 

Description: The General Chemistry course at Madison College offers an experience teaching core concepts using a student-centered approach to a diverse class. The instructor is a former graduate student who has a certificate in teaching/learning similar to the Delta certificate. He is open to talking with interns about projects that would aim to develop new course materials, improve conceptual learning, address disparate incoming student backgrounds, improve feedback to students, or support under-performing students. Strategies might include problem-based learning, case studies, active learning, peer-study groups, inquiry labs, or integrating technology such as a flipped classroom.

Semester(s): Fall, Spring
Institution: Madison College
Department(s): Chemistry
Potential for guest teaching: YES
Intern background needed: Undergraduate-level chemistry

Course: Chem 134, Introductory chemistry
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Challenges a project might address include: Past intern projects have included considering how to help students visualization solutions, and better engaging students with learning chemical nomenclature.

Please Contact: Nilhan Gunasekera <ngunasekera@madisoncollege.edu>