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Students Own Their Introductory Chemistry Experience: Becoming an Element for a Semester

Journal of College Science Teaching—March/April 2017

Introductory science courses serve a population of students in the major as well as those students outside the discipline. In an effort to help this diverse population of students connect personally with the content of the course, the authors created ways to include student-centered activities, provide opportunities for active learning, and draw frequent connections between chemistry and other areas of study.
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