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  • July 19, 2023 | Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources Virtual Summer Symposium: Structuring a Successful School Year

    Join AACT for our 2023 symposium. From creating a positive classroom culture to having easy to implement, targeted labs to well-written assessment, mastering the skills to have a successful school year takes time and experience. During this symposium, hear from several teachers about how they structure their school year and what they incorporate to make learning both meaningful and thorough.

  • August 04, 2020 | Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources Virtual Summer Symposium: Inventing Green through Education

    From ocean plastics to global warming, today’s sustainability challenges require innovative, sustainable solutions. There is a demand for changing how we make our products, and we must foster the next generation to create while thinking of degradation, see the solutions within nature, and not be afraid to fail when trying new ideas. In this session, hear from students and educators on why it’s important to create a sustainable future and tackle the world’s biggest societal challenges through chemical science and invention.

  • July 30, 2020 | Teaching Resources, Technology Virtual Summer Symposium: Chemistry Games

    This symposium will focus on using games to teach chemical concepts, covering a gamut of topics from Lewis dots to NMR. The format of the games vary--some are played with cards and manipulatives, while others are playable online. If you are looking for creative ways to increase student motivation and understanding, this symposium will provide some exciting avenues for engaging students.

  • July 28, 2020 | Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources Virtual Summer Symposium: Integrating Green Chemistry and Sustainability into Chemistry Education

    This symposium is co-organized with Andy Dicks and Lloyd Bastin and will highlight the incorporation of green chemistry and sustainability principles throughout the chemistry curriculum as well as through co-curricular activities such as clubs, organizations and service-learning opportunities. The focus will be on green chemistry and sustainability materials and models rooted in the Twelve Principles of Green Chemistry that are designed to educate high school, community college, four year college and graduate students. These materials will include classroom teaching modules/courses, learning methods, educational research, laboratory experiments and experiences, and the integration of toxicology into the chemistry curriculum. This session will highlight collaborations between K-12 educators and academic partners.

  • July 22, 2020 | Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources Virtual Summer Symposium: Supporting All Students in the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry

    This session will focus on classroom-tested strategies to engage all of your students in effective chemistry learning at the middle and high school levels. We'll cover strategies for English learners and special education students, share ways to improve student understanding via digital learning, and more. Participants will walk away with strategies and resources to help all of our students learn chemistry.

  • July 20, 2020 | Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources Virtual Summer Symposium: Chemical Literacy Through Differentiation

    Join us to discuss ways to differentiate instruction to increase literacy. Major topics will conclude finding and evaluating information scores, using and creating science comic books, teaching diverse learners, and implementing the chemistry triad. All presentations taking different approaches to deliver differentiation that you can use in your classroom to increase chemical literacy.

  • July 16, 2020 | Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources, Technology Virtual Summer Symposium: At-Home Activities and Resources for Teaching Chemistry Online

    One thing all successful veteran chemistry teachers have in common is a full toolbox of ideas they can rely on when the unpredictable happens. Prepare for the 2020–2021 school year with help from some of the best of those veterans! They will share some of their favorite “at home” activities and resources for teaching online.

  • July 14, 2020 | Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources, Advanced Chemistry, Technology Virtual Summer Symposium: Teaching AP Chemistry Virtually

    This session will focus on teaching AP chemistry online. AP teachers will share instructional tools, online activities, and laboratory options for teaching AP chemistry virtually this fall.

  • July 07, 2020 | Teaching Methods, Teaching Resources, Advanced Chemistry, Technology Virtual Summer Symposium: Simulations to Enhance Chemical Instruction

    In order to gain understanding of chemical principles, students need to be exposed to concepts in multiple ways. Some simulations can be used to help students visualize chemistry at the particle level while others can be used to model laboratory procedures. In this symposia, various online simulations and accompanying lesson ideas will be shared that are versatile for both in person and online instruction.

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