2005 PLTL Research Publications
Allen, D., Tanner, K. (2005). Infusing active learning into the large-enrollment biology class: Seven strategies, from the simple to complex. Cell Biology Education, 4, Winter, 262-268.
Asirvatham, M.R. (2005). IR Clickers and ConcepTests: Engaging Students in the Classroom. Trends and New Ideas in Chemical Education, Winter 2005 CONFCHEM.
Báez-Galib, R.; Colón-Cruz, H.; Resto, W.; Rubin, M., R. (2005) Chem-2-Chem: A One-to-One Supportive Learning Environment for Chemistry. Journal of Chemical Eduation, 82, 1859-1863.
Cracolice, M. S., & Deming, J. C. (2005). Peer-Led Team Learning: Promoting conceptual understanding and reasoning ability; Trends and New Ideas in Chemical Education. www.ched-ccce.org/confchem/2005/a/index.html
Crippen, K.J., Schraw, G., Brooks, D.W. (2005). Performance-Related Feedback: The Hallmark of Efficient Instruction. Journal of Chemical Education., 82 (4), p 641. READ MORE
Drane, D., Smith, H.D., Light, G., Pinto, L., Swarat, S. (2005). The Gateway Science Workshop Program: Enhacing student performance and retention in the sciences through peer-facilitated discussion. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 14, 3 (September), 337-352.
Jones, L.L., Jordan, K.D., & Stillings, N.A. (2005). Molecular visualization in chemistry education: the role of multidisciplinary collaboration. Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 6, 3, 136-149.
Lewis, S. E., Lewis, J. E. (2005) Departing from Lectures: An Evaluation of a Peer-Led Guided Inquiry Alternative Journal of Chemical Education, 82, 135-139.
Lewis, S.E., & Lewis, J.E. (2005). The Same or Not the Same: Equivalence as an Issue in Educational Research. Journal of Chemical Education, 82, 9, 1409-1412.
Rovner, S. L. (2005). Tips For Teachers. Chemical & Engineering News, 83, 30, 55-57.pubs.acs.org/cen/education/83/8330education.html
Smith, A.C., Stewart, R., Shields, P., Hayes-Klosteridis, J., Robinson, P., Yuan, R. (2005). Introductory biology course: A framework to support active learning in large enrollment introductory science courses. Cell Biology Education, 4, 2, 143-156, Summer. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1103716/
Varma-Nelson, P. & Gosser, D. (2005). Dissemination of Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) and Formation of a National Network Embracing a Common Pedagogy. In M. Ouellet (Ed.), Teaching Inclusively Diversity and Faculty Development. (pp. 503-518). Stillwater, OK: New Forms Press.
Varma-Nelson, P. , Cracolice, M.S., Gosser, D.K.. (2005). Peer-Led Team Learning: A Student-Faculty Partnership for Transforming the Learning Environment. In Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education. Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science. Available online at http://www.aaas.org/publications/books_reports/CCLI/