> >Dr. Glaser,
> >
> >Our whole group met usually 2-3 times before each of the 3 exams in the
> >computer lab in Schlundt Hall.  However, we would meet in sub-groups
> >usually once a week with someone in the group.  For the most part
> >studying was done on an individual basis.  Our group would meet just to
> >touch base with each other and answer any problems we as individuals
> >were having.
> >
> >We all felt that having collaborative groups in a class such as this one
> >was an excellent idea.  It helps to touch base with our peers to
> >understand and deepen our studies.  The size of the groups were good,
> >4-6 is a good size.  However, due to having 7 members, all with busy
> >schedules it was difficult to convene on a regular basis.  Meeting as
> >sub-groups was necessary as a result, which was fine.
> >
> >In our group meeting sessions, we usually would look over different
> >materials on our own until someone had a question.  When someone had a
> >problem most of the time someone in the group knew the answer and was
> >able to illustrate the point on the board, since we were in a classroom.
> >In addition, we utilized the visualization center and chemistry in the
> >news, since we were in the Schlundt computer lab.
> >
> >As far as finding the connection between organic chemistry and "real
> >life" we feel that the Chemistry in the News help put into perspective
> >"real life" uses for what we learn in the classroom and how it affects
> >our lives today.
> >
> >
> >Jeff Arens 715484
> >Tony Schiro 718360
> >Karen Wilkinson 689407
> >David Wilkinson 770936
> >Sean Stoneking 769162
> >Seth Kuykendall 772754
> >Mark Webster 717009
> >
> >Crazy Carbanions, GROUP 3