Some articles that might be of interest to faculty.

Stoichiometry Without Tears

  • An article from Chemical Engineering Education offering suggestions for using active learning to teach the stoichiometry course.

Knowledge Structure of the Stoichiometry Course

  • Annotated concept maps for the content of the standard stoichiometry course.

A Student-Centered Approach to Teaching Material and Energy Balances

  • A two-part series in Chemical Engineering Education written by Lisa Bullard and Richard Felder on an implementation of the stoichiometry course that made extensive use of active and cooperative methods. Part 1. Course Design describes the course structure and policies, assignments, and teaching assistant preparation, and Part 2. Course Delivery and Assessment outlines the first week of the course, how active, cooperative, and inquiry-based learning and instructional technology were used, and how the course was assessed and evaluated.