Tuesday, June 19, 2007: 8:30 AM-12:00 PM
The Merlins (Boise Centre on the Grove)
Active Learning Strategies in Chemical Education
This symposium will feature classroom and laboratory activities that actively engage students in the learning process. Examples include collaborative learning, problem-solving activities, use of case studies and service learning.
Organizer:Anna Cavinato
Presider:Anna Cavinato
8:30 AMGetting students to work actively together in general chemistry: Start on Day One!
Morton Z. Hoffman
8:50 AMPOGIL in the Introductory Chemistry Classroom
Lorna Williamson
9:10 AMBack to the future: Lecture notes, flash cards, study groups, and learning by repetition
Matt A. Peterson
9:30 AMActive Learning Using a Research Supportive Curriculum Format with Service Learning in the General Chemistry Laboratory
John H. Kalivas, Ph.D.
9:50 AMInquiry based teaching in the chemistry laboratory
Dale A. Hammond
10:10 AMBreak
10:30 AMA Research-Based Teaching Approach to General Chemistry Labs
Timothy L. Sorey
10:50 AMManaging a research outsourcing relationship: A tale of undergraduate summer research
Stephen D. Warren, Daniel S. McComas, W. Robert Ohlstrom, Howard Glass, David J. Vachon
11:10 AMTeaching K-12 Students about Invention and Innovation
Howard M. Peters, Sally Peters

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