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    Advanced Chemistry | April 6, 2016 AP Chemistry Exam Review with Paul Price

    2016 marks the third administration of the redesigned AP Chemistry test, and many teachers and students still have questions about differences in curriculum and question construction. Paul Price, AP Chemistry Reading Question Leader and member of the AP Chemistry Test Development Committee, designed this webinar around audience-submitted questions. He review popular question themes, as well as individual questions from AP Chemistry teachers.

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    Advanced Chemistry | October 20, 2015 Spectroscopy

    Presented by AACT and the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), this webinar is targeted at middle and high school teachers. It addresses what spectroscopy is, how it fits into the curriculum at each level, the theory behind it, what it is good for, and how it can be done in the classroom.

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    Advanced Chemistry | September 30, 2015 Linking Chemistry and Drug Action

    This webinar presents four AP and IB topics—hydrogen bonding, equilibrium, first-order kinetics, and acidity—and their applications to the discovery of new pharmaceuticals. These topics and applications may be useful for increasing engagement of advanced high school chemistry students.

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    Advanced Chemistry | September 17, 2015 Starting Off the New Year with AP Chemistry

    2015 marked the second administration of the redesigned AP Chemistry test. After two exams, many teachers and students still have questions about differences in curriculum and question construction. This presentation explains how you can start out the year with AP Chemistry and configure your materials to be more aligned with the revised curriculum.

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    Advanced Chemistry | April 7, 2015 Preparing for the AP Chemistry Exam: Insights and Your Questions

    2015 marks the second administration of the redesigned AP Chemistry test. After one exam, many teachers and students have questions about differences in curriculum and question construction. In this webinar, Paul reviews how questions are created in light of the new curriculum framework, highlights new areas of emphasis in the revised curriculum, and answers your questions.