Abstract

Session participants will experience a collaborative learning activity where interactive technology takes part in student conversations, as we highlight activities introduced in first-year chemistry. After a debrief on the unique dynamics of this interaction, participants will reflect together on the impacts and complexities of these types of student experiences.

 

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Erin Rae Sullivan

Chemistry Instructor in the Faculty of Science at the University of Calgary. Involved in teaching large enrollment first year service courses. Interested in collaborative group learning and how post reflection can help develop better metacognition and more self-directed learners.

 

Yuen-ying Carpenter

Instructor in the Department of Chemistry with an interest collaborative learning and student reasoning in the university classroom. Experienced in the use and design of inquiry-based interactive simulations and activities for high school and undergraduate science education.