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Dr Hazel J Wilkins

Expertise in interactive teaching, laboratory experiments and blended learning

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About Hazel J Wilkins

Affiliation: Robert Gordon’s Institute of Technology, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Hazel Wilkins was a lecturer in chemistry and forensic science at Robert Gordon’s Institute of Technology, Aberdeen. She retired in 2011 and teach now part-time at the International College at RGU. Whilst her research area was in synthetic organic chemistry in the field of steroids, her focus became that of learning and teaching given the wide age and background of students she has taught.

She is an active member of the European Chemistry Thematic Network and its working groups.

Teaching Interests
General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Forensic Science

Teaching Expertise
Incomplete handouts, Open-ended Experiments, Group Laboratory Classes, Projects, Blended Learning, E-learning, On-line Pre-lecture and Post-lecture Resources, Tests.

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Recent publications about university teaching and learning

Conference proceedings

  • Hunter, C., Wardell, S. and Wilkins, H.,* 1999. Developing undergraduates’ laboratory skills in chemistry. Proceedings Variety in Chemistry Teaching, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh pp. 25-26.
  • Hunter, C., McCosh, R. and Wilkins, H.,* 2000 An Integrated Approach to Learning and Assessment in Laboratory Work. Proceedings Variety in Chemistry Teaching, University of Lancaster, pp. 49.
  • Hunter, C., Wardell, S. and Wilkins, H.,* 2000. Introducing first-year students to some skills of investigatory laboratory work, Proceedings Variety in Chemistry Teaching, University of Lancaster, pp. 33.

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