dB-SERC lunch discussion 11-08-2017: Incorporating inquiry and critical discourse in a chemistry course
Discussion leader: Dr. Eugene Wagner, chemistry
When: Wednesday, November 8 from 12 - 1 pm
Where: 321 Allen Hall
During the lunch, Dr. Eugene Wagner from the chemistry department will discuss the implementation of a course transformation for which he received a dB-SERC course transformation award. Dr. Wagner is including guided and open inquiry exploration and critical discourse in the honors general chemistry laboratory curriculum. Students have been working with partners in designing experiments and testing hypotheses via guided and open inquiry experiments. Grading rubrics for lab reports have been designed to incentivize students to engage in written critical discourse, e.g., discussion of chemical concepts, analysis of results, and reflection on their experimental design. The purpose of the lunch discussion is to provide feedback on any implementation issues and encourage an interchange of ideas.
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