Lisa G. Bullard

Lisa G. Bullard
North Carolina State University | NCSU · Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

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This introduction to chemical processes lays the foundation for a chemical engineering curriculum. It shows beginning students how to apply engineering techniques to the solution of process-related problems by breaking each problem down into individual component parts, defining the relationship between them, and reuniting them in a single solution....
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Instructors often incorporate self- and peer evaluations when they use teamwork in their classes, which is common in management education. However, the process is often time consuming and frequently does not match well with guidance provided by the literature. We describe the development of a web-based instrument that efficiently collects and analy...
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An experienced faculty member and a relatively new one spent a semester in a mentoring partnership in which each taught a section of the same course. The two instructors regularly sat in on each other's classes and met for weekly debriefing sessions. In this paper they reflect on what they did, what they learned, and what lessons the experience mig...
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The two-part series of papers of which this is the first part describes the structure of the stoichiometry course at North Carolina State University in the fall of 2005. The course had a variety of learning objectives, including traditional objectives related to the course content and also objectives involving creative thinking skills, communicatio...
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This two-part series describes the structure of the stoichiometry course at North Carolina State University. The course had a variety of learning objectives, and several nontraditional pedagogies were used in the course delivery. The first paper outlined the course structure and policies, the preparation given to the teaching assistants who played...
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For several years, the stoichiometry course at N.C. State University has incorporated a variety of student-centered teaching methods, including extensive active and cooperative learning. This paper describes the instructional approach used in the course, outlines student responses to it, and offers recommendations to instructors contemplating a sim...
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A multi-university research team is working to design a peer evaluation instrument for cooperative learning teams that is simple, reliable, and valid. In this work, an overview of the process of developing behaviorally anchored rating scales (BARS) will be presented, including the establishment of a theoretical basis for the instrument and a descri...
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Communication across the curriculum initiatives face multiple curricular and pedagogical challenges that are especially appropriate for investigation within a scholarship of teaching and learning framework. Using qualitative methodologies, this study examined technical classes that emphasize speaking and writing. Four learning issues emerged in stu...

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