Student-Centered Learning References

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  • Abraham, M.R. (2005). Inquiry and the Learning Cycle Approach. In N.J. Pienta, M.M. Cooper, & T.J. Greenbowe (Eds.) Chemists’ Guide to Effective Teaching:  Volume I (pp. 41-52). Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Pearson Prentice Hall.
  • Spencer, J. N. (2001-2002, Winter). From Traditional to Radical:  One Teacher’s Odyssey. Thought and Action: The NEA Higher Education Journal, pp. 93-100.
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  • Hanson, D., & Wolfskill, T. (2000). Process Workshops – A New Model for Instruction. Journal of Chemical Education77, 120-129. 
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