Achieve for Biochemistry
Achieve for Biochemistry is a comprehensive set of interconnected teaching and assessment tools. Our resources were co-designed with instructors and students, using a foundation of learning research and rigorous testing. The resulting tools for before, during, and after class are proven to be engaging to students of all levels of preparedness for better outcomes.
The Achieve platform gives instructors the control and flexibility to assign content and assessment that aligns to their individual course goals. We continue to provide a streamlined, homework-focused option with our new Achieve Essential course options across the Chemistry curriculum. Our full course offerings combine our acclaimed texts and assessment with carefully developed and curated multimedia resources designed to elevate student engagement and understanding; while providing you with insight into class and individual performance in one simple and powerful interface.Watch: What is Achieve?
Two Semester Biochemistry
Achieve Full Course
LearningCurve Adaptive Quizzing
LearningCurve offers individualized question sets and feedback based on each student's correct and incorrect responses. All the questions are tied back to the e-book to encourage students to use the resources at hand.
Extensive Problem Library
High quality, questions with a wide range of problem types and various levels of rigor and tagged by Bloom’s Taxonomy. Choose from a pre-built, curated course or create your own assignments--including the ability to build custom questions.
Assessments with Hints/feedback/solutions
The question library in Achieve includes built-in coaching tools--hints, error-specific feedback, and fully worked solutions--to guide students toward the correct answers. A variety of answer types allow for a diverse assessment experience.
The e-book offers highlighting, note taking, offline access and read aloud functionality.
Everything you need to plan and implement activities, including interactive media, clicker questions, and pre- and post-class assessments.
Media and Assessments
Powerful multimedia assets headline the content library of media, assessments, and instructor resources specific to your selected text.
Interactive Metabolic Maps
Provide students with a way to navigate and zoom between overviews and detailed views of the most commonly taught metabolic pathways. Embedded Tour stake students through the pathways step by step, helping them to both visualize concepts in isolation and understand how concepts are connected. By examining the pathways in this way, students are better equipped to understand the meaning of those connections. Assessment questions help students solidify their understanding and provide more structure to their learning.
Introduce students to a biochemical mystery and allow them to determine what investigations will solve it.
An easy-to-use Gradebook provides a clear window onto performance for the whole class, for individual students, and for individual assignments, to help you to give every student the support they need.
Student Engagement with iClicker
Easy integration and gradebook sync with iClicker classroom engagement solutions pairs perfectly with our suite of in-class active learning resources.
You can work with us to integrate with your campus LMS—including Blackboard, Canvas, D2L/Brightspace, Moodle—as well as for Inclusive Access.
Insights and ReportingAvailable only for Lehninger, Principles of Biochemistry 8e
Insights and Reporting provide powerful analytics, viewable in an elegant dashboard, that offer instructors a window into student progress and facilitate lessons that are specifically tailored to students’ needs. Drill down to see detailed reporting by learning objectives, as well as full class or individual student performance.
Skills You Need Activities
Skills You Need activities support students with review and practice of prerequisite skills and concepts from chemistry, biology, and math for each biochemistry chapter.
Instructor Activity Guides
Instructor Activity Guides provide everything you need to plan and implement activities, including interactive media, clicker questions, and pre- and post-class assessments.