Webinars


AACT offers free webinars throughout the year on a variety of topics to help you reach your professional goals.  Learn from education expertsexperienced classroom teachers, and industry leaders

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Upcoming Webinars (4)


  • February 07, 2023 | Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources How to Get ALL Students Talking: Cultural and Instructional Practices to Improve Student Discourse

    Ally Bowers will provide concrete strategies and instructional materials to get all students talking in your chemistry class. Learn about the impact of positive classroom culture and practice a few activities that engage students in conversations about chemistry. All classroom resources will be shared!

  • February 16, 2023 | Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources Engage All Students with A Chemistry of Gases Storyline

    Join Sarah English to learn about the creation of a chemistry of gases three-dimensional storylines. From the anchoring phenomenon to activities to embedded assessments, she will discuss how she engages all students while collecting evidence of understanding.

  • March 07, 2023 | Teaching Methods Connecting Chemistry and Materials Science

    ASM Materials Camps provides professional development for teachers that showcases activities to teach chemistry with a materials science lens. Join ASM Master Teachers as they share how to open your students’ eyes to the science that is going on around them every day and offer a preview of ASM Materials Camp®-Teachers - a week-long summer professional development course for teachers.

  • March 14, 2023 | Teaching Methods, Technology Using Social Media "Science" to Improve CER Skills

    Our students are constantly viewing videos from social media sources that often demonstrate "scientific" practices. The constant access to information can lead to many scientific misconceptions. By using these videos and "life hacks", students learn how to take a scientific approach to question the validity of these videos. This high engagement lesson, created by Karen Sorenson, becomes a favorite of students each week as they look to determine if the week's video is Cap (Lie) or No Cap (Truth).

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Recent Webinars

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Access is an AACT member benefit. Assessment: Small Changes, Big Improvements

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January 17 | Categories: Teaching Methods
Access is an AACT member benefit. Using Intentional Lesson Design to Navigate Student Misconceptions

January 12 | Categories: Teaching Methods, Technology
Access is an AACT member benefit. Integrated Kinetics Using Technology

December 8 | Categories: Teaching Methods
Access is an AACT member benefit. Finding Joy in Teaching Chemistry

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