Dr. Rosa Bell is Receiving Funding to Redesign her Chemistry Class

Congratulations to ECU professor, Dr. Rosa Bell, for receiving funding to support her efforts to redesign her Chemistry classes! Dr. Bell was awarded an RFP worth a little over $30,000 for her work entitled, “Expanding the Reach and Impact of Technology-Enhanced Course Redesign”. According to Dr. Bell, “Computer-based technology will be used in this project to support learning and facilitate General Chemistry II student transition from the traditional lecture form of instruction to the team-based learning approach. The overarching instructional goal is to help General Chemistry II students not only master chemistry content knowledge but also the learning process and become self-directed learners.” Dr. Rosa Bell is a member of the College STAR Pirate CREWS faculty learning community where instructors work together to implement teaching practices that align with Universal Design for Learning and reach students with learning differences.