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Research in Chemical Education 4 Organizer: Renee Cole and Chris Bauer Presider: Jennifer Lewis Session time: Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 260/262 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction Cole Identifying At-Risk Students in General Chemistry: A 1:35 PM Comparison of a Formal Lewis Thought Measure and a General Aptitude Measure Cross Cultural Study: Middle 2:00 PM School Students’ Beliefs About Yilmaz Saglam Matter Investigating Students’ Abilities to Solve Algorithmic Problems 2:25 PM Ayhan Yilmaz and Their Understanding in Chemistry Concepts Break 10 minutes "Is There a Specific Weight for the Mole?" Students’ Initial 3:00 PM Claesgens Ideas About Amount of Substance Prior to Instruction Development of An Interview Protocol to Evaluate How 3:25 PM Students from a General Arthur Education Course Picture Covalent Molecules Investigations of Student 3:50 PM Learning in Thermochemistry Meltzer and Thermal Physics Student-Centered Learning Throughout the Curriculum 4 Organizer: Rick Moog and Jim Spencer Presider: Rick Moog Session Time: Tuesday 1:30 pm-3:30 pm Room Sch 220 Time Title Presenter 1:25 PM Introduction Rick Moog Student centered learning in 1:30 PM general education (or liberal Cole arts) chemistry Restructuring general chemistry with contextual links 1:55 PM Gilbert and an improved sequence of chemical ideas Longitudinal investigation of student learning in general 2:20 PM Daubenmire chemistry with the Guided Inquiry Approach Break 10 minutes 2:55 PM POGIL for Physical Chemistry Hanson Does Student-centered 3:20 PM Education Require a Scerri Constructivist Approach? Chemical History and its Applications to Chemical Education 3 (H) Organizer: Seth Rasmussen David Lewis Presider: Carmen Giunta Session Time: Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 150/154 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction Carmen Giunta Uses and abuses of history in 1:35 PM the teaching of chemistry: Still Truman Schwartz rated X? Linking content and pedagogy: 2:00 PM John C. Deming Using history as a guide Morris William Travers: A 2:25 PM Keith Kostecka lifetime of achievement Break 10 minutes The history of the US high 3:00 PM Keith Sheppard school science sequence History and Environmental Science: Combining Human 3:25 PM Drama and Real-World Mark Michalovic Relevance in the Chemistry Classroom Pictorial Tour of the Oesper 3:50 PM Collections in the History of William B. Jensen Chemistry New Ideas for First Year Undergraduate Chemistry 3 Organizer: Blake Session Time: Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 240 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction Blake Creation and implementation of an introductory course for 1:35 PM Katie Amaral under-prepared students in general chemistry Learning science by doing 2:00 PM science: Research inquiries in Dana Richter-Egger introductory science Separating chemistry concepts from quantitative problem 2:25 PM solving: San Francisco State Raymond J. Trautman University’s new general chemistry curriculum. Break 10 minutes Modification of an introductory 3:00 PM chemistry course to improve Richard Bauer learning Descriptive Inorganic 3:25 PM Chemistry as a First Course in Hilary J. Eppley College Chemistry Shaking things up: Reforming 3:50 PM a traditional freshman William Donovan chemistry course Undergraduate Transitions: Enhancing Student Success 3 Organizer: Jodye Weseman Presider: Maureen Scharberg Session Time Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Benton Time Title Presenter In pursuit of excellence: 2:00 - 3:20 PM Maintaining standards along Panel Discussion with student accessibility Best Practices: On-line Teaching and Improvement of Learning 2 (T) (Th) Organizer: Nancy Konigsberg Kerner and Neil Kestner Presider: Neil Kestner Session Time: Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 250/252 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction Niel Kestner An Online Tutorial for Learning Molecular 1:35 PM Ali Korkmaz Symmetry Creating your own online interactive 2:00 PM Prem Sattsangi tutorials Covering All the Bases: Concepts, Skills, 2:25 PM Willian Vining Problem Solving, and Scientific Exploration Break 10 minutes 3:00 PM The Virtual Laboratory Assistant Lisa Volaric Development of manipulable web 3:25 PM environments to foster active learning in Vicente Talanquer physical sciences Virtual ChemLab Project: Sophisticated 3:50 PM and Realistic Laboratory Simulations for Steve Haderlie High School Chemistry On-Line Instruction Inorganic Chemistry Teaching Experiences 2 Organizers: Dave Finster and Tim Zauche Presider: Tim Zauche Session Time Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 167 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction Zauche Single crystal x-ray structure determination of tricarbonyl(eta- 1:35 PM 6-4-flouroaniline)chromium by Paul Szaley Internet facilitated remote diffractometer control How a Lab Manual Error Became an Interesting 1:55 PM Jeffery Orvis Inorganic Laboratory Experience Synthesis and characterization of luminescent Schiff base 2:15 PM lanthanide complexes: A Michael Kahlow Chemistry and Physics advanced laboratory project Break 10 minutes Advanced undergraduate laboratory project: synthesis 2:45 PM and ligand isomerization Paul Fischer kinetics of an allyl-molybdenum carbonyl complex Molecular modeling in the 3:05 PM teaching of inorganic and Gary Miessler organometallic chemistry Integrating computational 3:25 PM chemistry in the inorganic Lisa Bell-Loncella lecture and lab Teaching symmetry and molecular orbital theory: In the 3:45 PM advanced inorganic course, the Gary Wulfsberg physical chemistry course, or both? Applying the Peer-Led Workshop Model Across the Undergraduate Chemistry Curriculum 2 Organizer: Hoffman Session Time: Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 204/208 Time Title Presenter 1:55 PM Introduction Hoffman Two Plus Two Equals More: Modifying the general 2:00 PM chemistry curriculum to include Becvar more peer led team learning and less lecture Chemistry-Biology Learning Communities: Building the 2:20 PM Martinez Organic/ Molecular Cell Biology Connection Integrating visualization 2:40 PM software into a peer-led Kiste learning environment Break 10 minutes A comparison of standard Peer 3:10 PM Leaders and in-class Peer Schray Leaders Incorporating Peer Leader 3:30 PM Training into the Curriculum: A Murphree Student-centered Model Addressing Barriers to the 3:50 PM Adoption of PLTL: Logistics Amar and Training Evolution and institutionalization of peer-led 4:10 PM Kampmeier workshops at the University of Rochester, 1993-present Learning to Teach Chemistry: The Preparation and Professional Development of College Chemistry Teachers 2 Organizer: Frech Orgill Presider: Cheryl Baldwin Frech and MaryKay Orgill Session Time Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 230 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction Frech Completing the program with a 1:35 PM George Bodner division of chemical education What is a teaching circle and 2:00 PM John Woolcock how does it work? Moving beyond training to informed pedagogy: graduate 2:25 PM Christopher Bauer degree programs for future faculty Lesson study as a tool for 2:50 PM James Maygar improved science instruction Break 10 minutes Enhancing the pedagogical 3:25 PM content knowledge of future Loretta Jones college chemistry teachers "Don't mistake my kindness for a weakness": Surviving your 3:50 PM Deborah Herrington first year and keeping your sanity! Self-Assessment and the 4:15 PM scholarship of teaching and Jeff Kovac learning Integrating New Information Technology ito Biochemistry 2 (T) Organizer: Draves Session Time: Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 175 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction Draves Keeping the connection: 1:35 PM Linking bioinformatic methods Lori Isom with their clinical relevance Using Proteomics to Integrate Biology, Chemistry and 2:00 PM Eric Eberhardt Bioinformatics into the Undergraduate Laboratory “Microscale Biochemistry”: Using plate readers to incorporate high throughput 2:25 PM Ann Taylor techniques and increase efficiency in Biochemistry teaching laboratories Break 10 minutes Interactive Computer Instruction in Basic Equipment 3:00 PM Maria Dean Needed for Chemistry and Biology Laboratories: IBench Introduction To Biochemical Informatics: Student-Based Data Mining And Retrieval Of 3:25 PM Protein Data Using Protein Jeff Corkill Explorer, Pdb & Swiss Prot Databases And, Blast Searches Introducing structure viewing and bioinformatics software to 3:50 PM David Speckhard undergraduate biochemistry students Digital Libraries in Chemical Education 2 (T) Organizer: John Moore Jon Holmes Presider: John Moore Session Time: Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 179 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction John Moore Using digital libraries to build 1:35 PM educational communities: The David Yaron ChemCollective Reducing the cataloging 1:55 PM burden for instructors Mark Kubinec contributing to a digital library ASDL: the analytical sciences 2:15 PM Cynthia Larive digital library The Alsos Digital Library for 2:35 PM Frank Settle Nuclear Issues Break 10 minutes Chemistry Resources and ENC 3:05 PM Kimberly Lightle Digital Libraries A consolidated, culled, and reviewed AP Chemistry Digital 3:25 PM Library collection of free John Gelder interactive Web resources for teachers and students Merlot – the multimedia 3:45 PM educational resource for Flora McMartin learning online and teaching 4:05 PM Discussion 4:15 PM Session Closes Scientific LIteracy for the New Century 2 Organizer: Weaver Presider: Gabriela C. Weaver Session Time: Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 275 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction Weaver Science literacy: Why do non- 1:35 PM science majors get to learn all Amy Phelps the fun stuff? Chemistry in the News : 2:00 PM Teaching students to read Brian Hodgen science Chemistry for non-majors in a 2:25 PM Trace Jordan general education curriculum Demonstrating "numeracy" in 2:50 PM Jennifer Sorensen non-major chemistry courses Break 10 minutes Atomic absorption 3:25 PM spectroscopy (AAS) for Keith Kostecka potassium in Gatorade High school teachers' beliefs about the intended and actual 3:50 PM Joseph Shane impacts of standards-based reforms in science education University 218: Integrating science - a science course for 4:15 PM Margaret Kastner pre-service elementary education teachers New Approaches for the Organic Chemistry Laboratory 1 Organizer: Christina N. Hammond and Jerry R. Mohrig Presider: Jerry R. Mohrig Session Time Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 171 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction Mohrig A discovery approach to purification techniques: 1:35 PM Gail Horowitz Extraction, Recrystallization and Distillation Web-based interface allowing 24-hour undergraduate access 2:00 PM Robert Hanson to a 400-MHz NMR spectrometer Using question-driven, guided- inquiry experiments and 2:25 PM Jerry R. Mohrig projects to invigorate the organic laboratory Break 10 minutes Enhancing student engagement through 3:00 PM Somnath Sarkar experimental design in organic chemistry laboratory Fisher esterification as an 3:25 PM integrated project for first Anne Reeve semester organic lab Integrating modeling and experiment for investigating the 3:50 PM James Currie mechanism of aromatic nitration. Use of the Arts and Humor for Enhanced Understanding of Chemistry Organizer: Nancy Konigsberg Kerner Presider: Nirit Glazer Session Time: Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm Room Sch 299 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction Nirit Glazer Students showing their knowledge of chemistry 1:35 PM Zafra Lerman through art, humor and popular culture Using Clip Art and the Arts to 2:00 PM enhance understanding of Nancy Konigsberg Kerner chemistry. Using cartoons to emphasize 2:25 PM Patrick Flash chemical concepts. Break 10 minutes Using Humor, Props, and 3:00 PM Storytelling to Promote Lynn Hogue Concept Learning What's so funny about 3:25 PM David A. Katz science? Engineering Applications of Chemistry 2 Organizer: James Hill Presider: James Hill Session Time: Tuesday 1:30 - 3:30 pm Room: Hoover 1213 Time Title Presenter 1:30 PM Introduction James Hill An on-line, interactive, web 1:35 PM based scanning election Scott Chumbley microscope A high school chemistry teacher's experience with the 2:00 PM Maureen Griffin NSF research experiences for teachers program 2:25 PM Tour of Engineering James Hill
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