SPORE series winner. The ChemCollective--virtual labs for introductory chemistry courses.

@article{Yaron2010SPORESW,
  title={SPORE series winner. The ChemCollective--virtual labs for introductory chemistry courses.},
  author={David J. Yaron and Michael Karabinos and Donovan Lange and James G. Greeno and Gaea Leinhardt},
  journal={Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={328 5978},
  pages={584-5}
}
C hemistry concepts are abstract and can be diffi cult to attach to real-world experiences. For this reason, highschool and college chemistry courses focus on a concrete set of problem types that have become canonized in textbooks and standard exams. These problem types emphasize development of the core notational and computational tools of chemistry. Even though these tools may form the underlying procedural knowledge base from which the “real stuff ” can be approached, when taught out of… CONTINUE READING
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