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International Group Work for Sustainable Chemistry

Haxton, Katherine; Darton, Richard

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As part of a transnational degree programme, students in the UK and China were linked together to carry out group work. This was enabled by having two versions of our FHEQ Level 4 Sustainable Chemistry module; in person for UK students, and by distance learning for Chinese students. Groups were instructed to discuss issues relating to the UN Sustainable Development Goals in their respective countries and report back individually. Students who found the assignment interesting were more likely to indicate they would keep in touch, while those students who had fewer interactions or found the assessment guidelines unclear found the assignment less interesting and were less likely to wish to remain in touch. This kind of assignment is an example of what can be done with links to other institutions around the world.

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Sep 30, 2019
Publication Date Sep 30, 2019
Journal New Directions in the Teaching of Physical Sciences
Print ISSN 1740-9888
Publisher Higher Education Academy
DOI https://doi.org/10.29311/ndtps.v0i14.2821
Keywords higher education, chemistry, sustainability, sustainable development, sustainable chemistry
Publisher URL http://doi.org/10.29311/ndtps.v0i14.2821

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