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.
Congratulations to Malek, Nick, and Seb who presented their research at the 9th Annual UROP symposium!
Kevin will be presenting at the SOUSCC hosted by the University of Toronto Scarborough
Alison co-authored an article about Teaching Philosophy Statements in University Affairs!
Our research was presented at #RSCPoster!
Two of our learning modules were presented at the Open Education Resources Expo at uOttawa!
Emily, Kevin, and Alison presented the Growth & Goals Module at Trent University and held a workshop with faculty in the Distinguished Visiting Teaching Scholar series.
A new article discusses the Growth and Goals team’s work on developing and integrating an open educational resource to equip students for better learning!
We are taking advantage of having the Rideau Canal outside our door!
The Growth & Goals module and OrgChem101 will be featured in Open Education Week 2019