Publications

Under the leadership of Chris and Tina, the Monash ChASERs have successfully published articles in various journals. Selected papers representative of our work are listed below. The full list of Chris' and Tina's publications can be accessed via their Google Scholar profiles.

Danczak, S. M., Thompson, C. D., & Overton, T. L. (2017). ‘What does the term Critical Thinking mean to you?’A qualitative analysis of chemistry undergraduate, teaching staff and employers' views of critical thinking. Chemistry Education Research and Practice18(3), 420-434.

George-Williams, S. R., Karis, D., Ziebell, A. L., Kitson, R. R., Coppo, P., Schmid, S., ... & Overton, T. L. (2019). Investigating student and staff perceptions of students' experiences in teaching laboratories through the lens of meaningful learning. Chemistry Education Research and Practice20(1), 187-196.

George-Williams, S. R., Soo, J. T., Ziebell, A. L., Thompson, C. D., & Overton, T. L. (2018). Inquiry and industry inspired laboratories: the impact on students’ perceptions of skill development and engagements. Chemistry Education Research and Practice19(2), 583-596.

Hill, M. A., Overton, T. L., Thompson, C. D., Kitson, R. R. A., & Coppo, P.  (2019). Undergraduate recognition of curriculum-related skill development and the skills employers are seeking. Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 20, 68-84.

Ogunde, J. C., Overton, T. L., Thompson, C. D., Mewis, R., & Boniface, S. (2017). Beyond graduation: motivations and career aspirations of undergraduate chemistry students. Chemistry Education Research and Practice18(3), 457-471.

Overton, T. L., & Randles, C. A. (2015). Beyond problem-based learning: using dynamic PBL in chemistry. Chemistry Education Research and Practice16(2), 251-259.

Randles, C. A., & Overton, T. L. (2015). Expert vs. novice: approaches used by chemists when solving open-ended problems. Chemistry Education Research and Practice16(4), 811-823.

Sarkar, M., Overton, T., Thompson, C., & Rayner, G. (2016). Graduate employability: Views of recent science graduates and employers. International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education (formerly CAL-laborate International)24(3).