This paper is an addition to the article “Stereochemistry Game: Creating and Playing a Fun Board Game To Engage Students in Reviewing Stereochemistry Concepts” by Jose´Nunes da Silva Ju´nior, Daniel Esdras de Andrade Uchoa, Mary Anne Sousa Lima, and Andre´ Jalles Monteiro. With the addition, the title of the new work is “Stereochemistry Game: Creating and Playing a Fun Board Game to Engage Students in Reviewing Stereochemistry Concepts?The Online Version”, and the following authors have been added: Antonio Jose´ Melo Leite Junior, Jean-Yves Winum, and Andrea Basso. The educational “Stereochemistry Game”1 has been extensively used face-to-face in the classroom since 2017 as an activity at the Federal University of Ceara´(Brazil) and has been cited by many authors worldwide. However, all classes started occurring remotely from March 2020 due to the disruption of face-to-face activities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, professors and students could not use the game. This scenario motivated us to develop an online version of the game that allows students to play the game remotely in the safety of their houses.We present this online version below.

Addition to: “Stereochemistry Game: Creating and Playing a Fun Board Game To Engage Students in Reviewing Stereochemistry Concepts - The Online Version”

Basso A.
2021

Abstract

This paper is an addition to the article “Stereochemistry Game: Creating and Playing a Fun Board Game To Engage Students in Reviewing Stereochemistry Concepts” by Jose´Nunes da Silva Ju´nior, Daniel Esdras de Andrade Uchoa, Mary Anne Sousa Lima, and Andre´ Jalles Monteiro. With the addition, the title of the new work is “Stereochemistry Game: Creating and Playing a Fun Board Game to Engage Students in Reviewing Stereochemistry Concepts?The Online Version”, and the following authors have been added: Antonio Jose´ Melo Leite Junior, Jean-Yves Winum, and Andrea Basso. The educational “Stereochemistry Game”1 has been extensively used face-to-face in the classroom since 2017 as an activity at the Federal University of Ceara´(Brazil) and has been cited by many authors worldwide. However, all classes started occurring remotely from March 2020 due to the disruption of face-to-face activities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, professors and students could not use the game. This scenario motivated us to develop an online version of the game that allows students to play the game remotely in the safety of their houses.We present this online version below.
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