Abstract

New small-group tutorial activities in a large-enrollment chemistry course are designed to encourage interactions and conversations among students and with their instructors. These activities are examined based on the course learning objectives and Bloom’s Taxonomy. Effects on student learning and attitudes are investigated through academic performance and feedback from surveys.

 

Bios

Linh Quy Ly

I am in my second year at University of Calgary and pursuing a combined degree in Education and Science. My concentrations are Chemistry and Physics.

 

Amanda Musgrove Richer

Dr. Amanda is the instructor in Chemistry Department at University of Calgary. She specializes in teaching Analytical Chemistry and in teaching Chemistry to engineering students.