Research and Teaching: Structure and Evaluation of a Flipped General Chemistry Course as a Model for Small and Large Gateway Science Courses at an Urban Public Institution

@article{Deri2018ResearchAT,
  title={Research and Teaching: Structure and Evaluation of a Flipped General Chemistry Course as a Model for Small and Large Gateway Science Courses at an Urban Public Institution},
  author={Melissa A Deri and Pamela Mills and Donna McGregor},
  journal={The journal of college science teaching},
  year={2018},
  volume={047}
}

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