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BS, Carnegie Mellon University, Materials Science and EngineeringPhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Materials Science and Engineering
CHEM 111/112 — General Chemistry I/II
Conceptual Learning in Chemistry, Use of Computer Simulations to Promote Conceptual Learning, Research-Based Curriculum Design, Optimal Modes of Student Interaction with Simulations, Use of Simulation-Based Games for Informal Learning, High-Leverage Points
of Connection between Chemistry and Other Science and Engineering Disciplines, Metacognitive Strategies and Strategies for Increasing Student Motivation
D. Adamson, C. Ashe, H. Jang, D. Yaron, C. Rose. (In press) Intensification of Group Knowledge Exchange with Academically Productive Talk Agents. (2013). Proceedings of the 1Oth International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Madison
Wisconsin, July 2013.
D. Yaron, M. Karabinos, G. Leinhardt, J. Greeno, J. Davenport, B. Mclaren, L. Bartolo, J. Portman, C. Ashe, W.C. Carter, D. Sadoway. (201 0). Instruction Online: Core Components for Re-Use. In Belford, R.E., Moore, J.W., Pence, H.E. (Eds.), Enhancing
Learning with Online Resources, Social Networking, and Digital Libraries, 2010, Chapter 13, pp 235-262. DOl: 10.1 021/bk-201 0-1 060.ch013.