Thursday, September 6, 2012

Peer instruction questions for very basic molecular quantum mechanics

As I mentioned in my previous blog post I this year I made some screencasts of lectures to free up time for peer instruction questions.  Here are the peer instruction questions I used.

This time I tried Socrative for voting, which allows students to type in short answers to questions.  I can then select some of the questions and have students vote on their favorite.  This is what's happening in slide 13 and 23.

You'll notice I also made use of Molecule Calculator, which is introduced here.  Next year I have to remember also to assign the MolCalc intro video.

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