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Waynesburg University faculty present education research at American Chemical Society National Meeting.

Evonne Baldauff Apr 12, 2019

Dr. Heidi Fletcher, Dr. Evonne Baldauff, and Professor Faith Musko each presented descriptions of their education-focused research projects at the National ACS Meeting in Orlando, Fl (March 31-April 5th, 2019).

Fletcher's presentation focused on the results of her implementation of Specifications Grading into her biochemistry course, while Baldauff discussed findings she gathered upon taking a "skills-based" approach to teaching general chemistry labs. Musko presented a best-methods approach to teaching a non-majors course in Forensic Science.

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