Friday, November 5, 2021 at 3:30pm to 4:30pm
Sciences Building, SCI 1.210
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry will be holding seminar series every Friday between 3:30pm-4.30pm starting on Sep 3rd (second week of the semester). The seminars will be presented either virtually via BbCollaborate or in person (Room SCI 1.210).
This seminar will take place on Friday Nov. 5th (Speaker: Prof. Tracy McGill, Professor of Pedagogy, Emory University) and be delivered in person. This seminar will be live-streamed via MS Teams. The link can be provided upon request (please contact Dr. Gabriele Meloni at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Seminar title: The Role of Timing, People, and Persistence in Curricular Transformation
Abstract: Acknowledging the limitations of traditional curricula and pedagogy, this seminar will describe the process of designing implementing, and assessing a new four-year curriculum at Emory University. The major goals of this reform effort include an emphasis on core ideas and scientific practices rather than content and historical course boundaries in order to convey the excitement, relevance, and interdisciplinary nature of 21st century chemistry to undergraduate students.
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