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Sunday, August 3
 

2:00pm

 
Monday, August 4
 

9:30am

2:00pm

6:00pm

 
Tuesday, August 5
 

9:30am

S41: GOB Chemistry – What Do We Include and How Do We Deliver? LOH 164 S15: Student-Centered Learning with a Focus on Improving Process Skills in the Classroom and Laboratory: Strategies for Structuring Student-Centered Learning and Organic Chemistry Implementation MAN 122 S44: Interactive Technology in the Classroom: Innovation, Challenges, and Best Practices for Student Engagement and Learning MAK B1100 S38: Chemical Education Research: Project Design and Data Collection Techniques MAK A1151 S45: Student Assessment Practices in Chemistry Education MAK A1111 S23: General Papers: Technology for Teaching ASH 2302 S39: Chemistry of Fermented Beverages MAK B2110 S36: Atoms First, Atoms Right: Right and Wrong Ways to Approach Atoms, Bonding and Molecules Within the Atoms First Framework MAN 123 S46: Teaching Inorganic and General Chemistry with VIPEr Learning Objects MAK A1117 S37: Biochemistry Education: Discussions of the Lecture Learning Environment HON 148 S43: Instrumentation in the General Chemistry Laboratory MAK A1161 S7: Integrating Green Chemistry Across the Curriculum: The Path Forward LMH 114 S40: Electronic Laboratory Notebooks: The Paperless Laboratory? MAK B1120 S42: Institutional Initiatives for Introductory Student Success LOH 174 S2: cCWCS: Developing Faculty Communities to Transform Undergraduate Teaching and Learning MAN 102 S3: Engaging Students in Organic Chemistry: Class and Lab Activities Emphasis LMH 176 W78: Teaching and Learning Inquiry in Chemistry Using Bonding (offered twice) PAD 376 S17: Web-Based Resources for Chemical Education LTT 102

2:00pm

S41: GOB Chemistry – What Do We Include and How Do We Deliver? LOH 164 S15: Student-Centered Learning with a Focus on Improving Process Skills in the Classroom and Laboratory: Student-Centered Learning in Supplemental Programs and Life-skills Development MAN 122 S44: Interactive Technology in the Classroom: Innovation, Challenges, and Best Practices for Student Engagement and Learning MAK B1100 S45: Student Assessment Practices in Chemistry Education MAK A1111 S23: General Papers: Laboratory Activities ASH 2302 S47: Demonstrations that Develop Conceptual Understanding in Chemistry MAK BLL 126 S36: Atoms First, Atoms Right: Right and Wrong Ways to Approach Atoms, Bonding and Molecules Within the Atoms First Framework MAN 123 S51: Undergraduate Research in Chemistry: Expanding Opportunities and Broadening Participation LMH 114 S37: Biochemistry Education: Discussions of the Lecture Learning Environment HON 148 S50: The Legacy of Systemic Change: Lessons for Chemistry Faculty MAK A1117 S48: Instrumentation in the Chemistry Laboratory Classroom: Lessons from Community Colleges MAK B2110 S40: Electronic Laboratory Notebooks: The Paperless Laboratory? MAK B1120 S42: Institutional Initiatives for Introductory Student Success LOH 174 S2: cCWCS: Developing Faculty Communities to Transform Undergraduate Teaching and Learning MAN 102 W72: Resources for Excellence: Using ACS Resources to Enhance Effectiveness at your Institiution MAK D1209 W78: Teaching and Learning Inquiry in Chemistry Using Bonding (offered twice) PAD 376 S21: Flipping the Classroom: Analytical, Biochemistry, Physical, and General Chemistry Lab LTT 101 S13: Research in Chemistry Education LTT 103 S17: Web-Based Resources for Chemical Education LTT 102

5:15pm

 
Wednesday, August 6
 

9:30am

S41: GOB Chemistry – What Do We Include and How Do We Deliver? LOH 164 S15: Student-Centered Learning with a Focus on Improving Process Skills in the Classroom and Laboratory: Student-Centered Learning in Laboratory and Writing Courses MAN 122 S62: Making Chemistry Palatable for Non-Chemistry Majors MAN 102 S51: Undergraduate Research in Chemistry: Expanding Opportunities and Broadening Participation LMH 114 W61: New Bite-Sized Chemistry Teaching Resources that use Real 3D Crystal Structures HRY 112 S65: Teaching Chemistry by Incorporating Context from the Elementary to the College Classroom MAK A1117 S58: George R. Hague Jr. Memorial AP Chemistry Symposium MAK B1114 W18: ChemSource, the NGSS, and the Particle Nature of Matter MAK D1123 W19: ChemSource, the NGSS, and the Particle Nature of Matter MAK D1123 S55: Creative Uses of Computational Chemistry and Visualization in the Undergraduate Curriculum LMH 176 S57: Experiments We Do: Short Stories Edition MAK B1120 S52: Advice For the New/Returning Professor: What I Wish I Had Known Before I Started Teaching MAK A1111 S64: Professional Development for Graduate Teaching Assistants HON 148 S63: “Message in a Bottle”: How Do We Reach Millennial Students? MAK B1100 S59: Importance of the Affective Domain in Research and Teaching MAK B1138 S21: Flipping the Classroom: General Chemistry, Part 2 LTT 101 S61: Integrating Library and Information Resources into Chemistry Curricula MAK B1112 S13: Research in Chemistry Education LTT 103 S17: Web-Based Resources for Chemical Education LTT 102

2:00pm

5:15pm

 
Thursday, August 7
 

9:30am