Active learning methods can provide significant advantages over
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General Chemistry: Specific Interventions focuses on evidence-based
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• Ted Clark
(Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry)
• Liana Lamont
(Instructor and Course Coordinator for General Chemistry, Department of Chemistry)
• Jaclyn J. Stewart
(Senior Instructor, Department of Chemistry)
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