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Those Who Can, Teach: Christopher Harrison

Chris Harrison is an associate professor at San Diego State University, where he has been teaching analytical chemistry for 10 years. Over that time, he has incorporated progressively more technology into the classroom to help his students better engage with the material. In recent years, Chris has implemented a “flipped classroom” – the lecture material is pre-recorded and class time is used for group problem solving (read more). We caught up with Chris to find out more about the good, the bad and the ugly of teaching analytical science.

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