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2007 PLTL Research Publications

Barker, L, & Cohoon, J. M. (2007). Peer-led team learning (case study 2): Retaining women through collaborative learning.  Promising Practices, National Center for Women & Information Technology Organization: Boulder, CO.

Brainard, J. (2007). The Tough Road to Better Science Teaching. The Chronicle of Higher Education,  53, 48.

Gafney, L. and Varma-Nelson, P. (2007). Evaluating Peer-Led Team Learning: A study of Long-term effects on former workshop peer leaders. Journal of Chemical Education, 84, 3, March, 535-539.

Kampmeier, J.A. and Varma-Nelson, P. (2007). Peer-Led Team Learning: Organic Chemistry, in The Chemists’ Guide to Effective Teaching Vol. II, M. M. Cooper, T. Greenbowe and N. Pienta, (Eds). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Publishing:.

Malik, D. J., Zhu, L. (2007). PLTL Workbook: Principles of Chemistry 1. Hayden-McNeil

Pazos, P., Drane, D., Light, G., Munkeby, A. (2007). A Peer-Led Learning Program for Freshmen Engineering Students: Impact on Retention. AC 2007-804. American Society for Engineering Education

Quitadamo, I.J., Kurtz, M.J. (2007). Learning to Improve: Using Writing to Increase Critical Thinking Performance in General Education Biology. CBE-Life Sciences Education, 6, 2, 140-154.

Stewart, B. N., Amar, F. G., Bruce, M. R. (2007). Challenges and rewards of offering peer-led team learning (PLTL) in a large general chemistry course. Australian Journal of Education in Chemistry, 67. pp. 31 – 36.

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