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.
Alison will be attending the Séminaire REL Francophone (Francophone OER Seminar) to showcase one of our OrgChem101.com's modules: Nomenclature101.com.
Alison is giving a SoTL workshop today with other current and past Chairs in University Teaching. We hope you can join us!
Our Chemistry Education Research group includes postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Check out our infographic to learn more, check out our website, and feel free to get in touch!
Their article titled "A Comparison of How Undergraduates, Graduate Students, and Professors Organize Organic Chemistry Reactions" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Chemical Education.
The group welcomes Myriam!
'Tis the season to celebrate
Thank you Vicente Talanquer for taking the time to meet with us over Skype!
Thank you Ira Caspari, Melissa Weinrich and Nicole Graulich for meeting with us to discuss your research on backward-oriented reasoning.
Congratulations to Keith for presenting his work on students’ interpretations of organic reactions.