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Interactive and Inductive Teaching of coordination chemistry, using concept development: Case studies in a Ghanaian University context
A number of approaches have been introduced to initiate what has been termed ‘active learning’. These approaches include peer instruction, concept question, discussion, discovery laboratories, team assignments and ‘minute’ essays. Exploring the effectiveness of conceptual change text oriented instruction based on analogies is one of the main ideas, if not the main idea of this study. To harness and overcome… weiterlesen
Sam, A., Niebert, K., Hanson, R., & Twumasi, A. K. (2015b). The Model of Educational Reconstruction: Scientists’ and Students’ Conceptual Balances to Improve Teaching of Coordination Chemistry in Higher Education. International Journal of Academic Research and Reflection, 3(7), 67–77.
Sam, A., Niebert, K., Hanson, R., & Aryeety, C. (2015a). Fusing Scientists’ and Students’ Conceptual Correspondences to Improve Teaching of Metal Complex Isomerism in Higher Education-an Educational Reconstructive Process. International Journal of Academic Research and Reflection, 4(1), 54–64.