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Quinn Foster
For my Chem class they have optional HW that is strongly recommended to purchase, I wanted to and when I entered my access code I hit enter, which I thought would just enter my access code but it entered all of my information and took me to the course directly.    beneath where you enter the acess code you were to click that you wanted to pay for… (Show more)
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Keith Laue
I received the reef polling 365 day purchasing plan and got the card with the code on it as well. When I went to scratch the little scratch off area off, it wouldn't come off, so I tried peeling the sticker off. That worked for what looks like 75% of the code, but the rest of it was torn off by the sticker. The part of the code that I have reads… (Show more)
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Brandon Tenn
On January 12, 2018, 8-4 pm, Merced College (3600 M St., Merced, CA 95348) will be hosting a conference on Active Learning.  This conference is open to all post-secondary educators in 2-year or 4-year public or private institutions.  There is no registration fee for this conference, but seating is limited.  For more information, to register, or to… (Show more)
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Brandon Tenn
Problem: The same student(s) always answer questions. Solution:  Popsicle sticks The same student(s) always answer questions while the rest of the class remains quiet.  How can we get other students involved in the discussion?  Place each student's name on a popsicle stick and place the popsicle sticks in a container.  When seeking responses,… (Show more)
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Cate McCaffery
Macmillan Learning is proud to announce that The Flipped Learning Global Initiative has named Introductory Chemistry author Kevin Revell one of the top 40 Flipped Learning educators worldwide.   The list, compiled annually by the FLGI executive committee, names the top 100 K-12 educators from around the world who are identified as driving forces… (Show more)
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Jessica Paredez
I clicked on a link through my school's activity page and it led to a box to enter an enrollment code. My professor has a page that tells me the code but it is apparently invalid. I am enrolled in CHEM 238-502 at Texas A&M with Jack Waas. Any help would be appreciated! 
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Katherine Leigh Hayden
Recently I was doing some proposal research on Gen Z (also known as Centennials, iGeneration, Post-Millennials, Plurals, or the Homeland Generation) and realized that this incoming generation of students is not only prepared for the flipped classroom, but expects it! Having been born starting in the late 1990’s, these students have been constantly… (Show more)
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Katherine Leigh Hayden
               It was a Thursday evening as I was relaxing post-workshop and gearing up for summer research when I received a text from my colleague asking if I wanted to teach the summer intro-chem course. I immediately jumped on the opportunity since I have always wanted to get my hands on a chemistry for non-science majors course... the only… (Show more)
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Katherine Leigh Hayden
If you are not yet familiar with the lightboard studio, let me briefly introduce this awesome tool! The lightboard is simply a clear glass board, framed with LED strip lights that the instructor stands behind and writes using fluorescent dry erase markers. The best part about this tool is that as you are writing on the board, your back is not to… (Show more)
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