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Addressing the millennial student in undergraduate chemistry by Gretchen E. Potts, Christopher R. Dockery

By Gretchen E. Potts, Christopher R. Dockery

Millennials lead hugely dependent and scheduled lives the place they're driven to accomplish educational successes and serve the larger solid of the group. Advances in expertise have created 24/7 connectivity, consistent multitasking, and brief consciousness spans. even though, the reliance of many educators on traditional educating tools has did not interact this iteration. What cutting edge concepts are being explored to focus on millennial trends to thrive on expertise and juggle assignments? How can we succeed in millennial scholars in deep conversations whereas selling severe pondering? Addressing the Millennial pupil in Undergraduate Chemistry explores artistic pedagogies in chemistry school rooms that construct upon the millennial scholars' strengths and pursuits. With contributions from veteran educators, this quantity delivers to be a worthwhile source for school professors and highschool technological know-how teachers.

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