Improving implementation of innovative laboratory models
Category:
Symposium

Over the last few decades, several innovative laboratory approaches (such as ADI, CUREs, PBL, POGIL, SWH, among others) have been utilized in a variety of chemistry laboratories. As the needs of individual classrooms, institutions, and diverse student populations vary, it is reasonable to expect that specific components of these laboratory models must be adjusted to meet those needs. This symposium invites speakers to share their experiences on the implementation and modification of any of these laboratory models. Both research and practitioner-based talks relevant to all levels of instruction are welcome and should address how the changes met their specific needs and fostered an inclusive laboratory environment for their student population.

Audience:
Undergraduate Education
Theme:
Classroom Practice and Learning Environments
Cross-cutting Thread(s):
Laboratory

Dawn I Del Carlo

Steven Gravelle