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Nancy Konigsberg Kerner

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Coordinator, General Chemistry Lab Program, Department of Chemistry, The University of Michigan
University of Michigan
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Jun 19, 2014
Member Since: Oct 08, 2000



Primary Affiliation:
  • University of Michigan System - Ann Arbor (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, MI, United States)

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Member of VSB Since: Jan 26, 2008
Best Way to Contact: email  Please log in to view contact information
Fees Involved: Negotiable
Technical Formats: Conference Calls, Discussion Forums, Email, Online/Video Conferencing, workshop
Topics of Expertise: Evaluating Learning Objects; Guided Inquiry Learning; Problem-Based Learning; Team-centered learning.
Presentation Titles: What are the characteristics of a high quality learning object?; How do I convert my course to a successful guided inquiry format? How do I successfully incorporate team-centered learning into my course? What are the features of a high quality problem-based lesson?
Availability, special terms, etc.: By arrangement.

Skills & Interests

  • Science and Technology/Chemistry (Advanced)
    Chemical education, inorganic chemistry, and biochemistry. My research of the past decade has been primarily devoted to educational research addressing how students and professionals process and learn chemistry and development and use of materials for effective teaching and learning