Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies
Director, Center for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education
Center for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education
Brooks College Partnership
The impact of classroom learning environment on student attitudes, behavior, and achievement.
RECENT AWARDS AND HONORS:
2008 COIS Pie Throwdown - 1st Place
2009 COIS Pie Throwdown – 2nd Place
E. J. Baum. “Process-Oriented Guided-Inquiry Learning for Non-Science Majors.” Presented at Washington University, Maryland, June 2005.
E. J. Baum. “Study Group Presentation on Establishing Regional POGIL Networks” National Science Foundation Annual Conference on Process-Oriented Guided-Inquiry Learning” Charleston, May 2006.
E. J. Baum. “Guided Inquiry Instruction in Chemistry for Non-Science majors”19th American Chemical Society Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Purdue University, August 2006.
E. J. Baum. “A POGIL Approach to the Chemistry of Sports Physiology” 232nd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Francisco, September 2006.
E. J. Baum. “But What Does The Professor Do? POGIL in Classroom Practice” Annual Meeting of the Michigan College Chemistry Teachers Association, Detroit, Michigan, October 2007.
Development of guided-inquiry pedagogy, Establishing peer coaching networks
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