Choosing effective multimedia simulations for chemistry learning: What Molecules & Minds research shows

Steve Yavner is a Ph.D. candidate in the Educational Communication and Technology program at NYU/Steinhardt. In addition to the Molecules & Minds project, he is also a research assistant with the WISE-MD project (Web Initiative in Surgical Education) at the NYU School of Medicine/NYU Langone Medical Center. Steve is also an adjunct professor of communication at Fairfield University, where he has taught for the past two years. Steve’s career includes 26 years in broadcast journalism as a production assistant, news anchor and reporter, sportscaster, news producer, and news manager. He holds an M.S.Ed. from the University of Miami and a B.A. from Williams College.

 

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Choosing effective multimedia simulations for chemistry learning: What Molecules & Minds research shows · April 22, 2013 at 11:00 am

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