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Advice FROM Chem Instructors, FOR Chem Instructors: For teachers in their 1st through 51st year
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Whether teaching a class for the first time or the 51st time, we could all benefit from the insights of our fellow chemistry instructors. Only those who currently work as educators truly understand the complexities facing instructors both in and out of the classroom. As such, we could always use practical and contextual examples from our colleagues in the field.

This guide collects stories and advice from instructors across the country. It highlights chemistry course planning strategies that improve student engagement and learning outcomes, reduce costs for all, save instructors’ time, and ensure easy transitions to hybrid/remote learning.

Key Objectives:
  • Time-Saving Tips For Course Prep and Management
  • Practical methods that improve student engagement in the learning process and increase interest in course concepts
  • Best practices for homework assignments that reduces student confusion, improves learning, and saves time

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