Chemistry References

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  • Spencer, J.N., & Moog, R.S. (2008). The Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning Approach to Teaching Physical Chemistry. In M.D. Ellison & T.A. Schoolcraft (Eds.), Advances in Teaching Physical Chemistry:  ACS Symposium Series 973 (pp. 268-279). Washington, D.C.:  American Chemical Society.
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  • Spencer, J.N. (2000). New Directions in General Chemistry:  How Recent Research is Changing the Introductory Chemistry Course. In W.B. Bond (Ed.), Teacher’s Guide:  AP Chemistry (pp. 1-9). New York:  College Board Publications.
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  • Spencer, J.N. (1999). New Directions in Teaching Chemistry:  A Philosophical and Pedagogical Basis. Journal of Chemical Education76, 566-569.
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  • Gillespie, R.J., Spencer, J.N., & Moog, R.S. (1996). Demystifying Introductory Chemistry:  Electron Configurations from Experiment, Journal of Chemical Education73, 617-622.
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  • Gillespie, R.J., Spencer, J.N., & Moog, R.S. (1996). Demystifying Introductory Chemistry:  Ionization Energies, Electronegativity, Polar Bonds and Partial Changes. Journal of Chemical Education73, 627-631. 
  • Gillespie, R.J., Spencer, J.N., & Moog, R.S. (1996). Demystifying Introductory Chemistry:  An Approach to Reaction Thermodynamics through Enthalpies, Entropies, and Free Energies of Atomization. Journal of Chemical Education73, 631-636.
  • Brown, S.D. (2010).  A Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Approach to Teaching Medicinal Chemistry.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 74 (7), article 121.