We conduct chemistry education research and create innovative tools and methods to support student learning
Our research in chemistry education is in a type of discipline-based education research. In the group, we study students’ chemistry concepts, design new teaching and learning methods, and more! Explore the site for more details or watch the video below.
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Congratulations to Michael Min Wah Leung! He presented his work today on visualizing and analyzing the large amount of data from our reaction categorization project.
Alison, Amanda, Kelli, and Nik are off to ACS San Francisco!
Alison presented at the University of Alberta about Flipped and Blended Chemistry Courses: Structures, Implementation Considerations, and Evaluation. Great conversations with Faculty and students all day!
Alison was named a 3M National Teaching Fellow! Established in 1986, the 3M National Teaching Fellowship is sponsored jointly by 3M Canada and the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE).
Congratulations to Kelli, Carlee, and Alison! Our manuscript was accepted for publication in Chemistry Education: Research and Practice.
Congratulations to Amanda Bongers, Dr Georg Northoff, and Alison! We've been awarded a research grant from eCampusOntario
We came, we skated, we fell (or at least most of us did). Our group skate on the Rideau Canal!
Alison presented the group's work in flipped classrooms at the University of Manitoba. Lots of great discussions with faculty and students!