Resources for Excellence Workshops
While numerous resources exist for supporting excellence in two-year college chemistry education, finding the right resources and strategies to address your particular needs can be challenging. The Resources for Excellence workshops are designed to help faculty meet this challenge.
Developed by the Society Committee on Education and the ACS Two-Year College Chemistry Consortium (2YC3), Resources for Excellence is a series of interactive workshops that help two-year college chemistry educators find the solutions that work for them.
Participants in Resources for Excellence workshops
- Develop customized strategies and action plans to address specific challenges at individual two-year colleges
- Create a network of supportive two-year college colleagues
- Identify and implement resources to foster excellence in two-year college chemistry education
The Resources for Excellence workshops are facilitated by specially trained two-year college chemistry faculty and are held at conferences across the country. They cost nothing but the registration fee for the meeting.
Teaching with technology…What works and what doesn’t: A Resources for Excellence workshop
210th Two-Year College Chemistry Conference
Windward Community College, Kaneohe, HI
May 22-23, 2015
Whether it be online homework, in-class quizzing, virtual labs or learning management systems, technology has shaped how we are now able to teach chemistry. This session will be a discussion of what works and what doesn’t work and how the ACS Undergraduate Programs Office can help support your decision to use technology in your classroom. Participation by all attendees is encouraged. Bring your stories, your web links and your files to share.
Interesting in becoming a Resources for Excellence facilitator? ACS is on the lookout for two-year college chemistry faculty to join the cadre of workshop facilitators. Training and workshop materials will be provided. Please contact the ACS Undergraduate Programs Office (1-800-227-5558, ext. 6108) for more information.
For more information, or to suggest ideas for future workshops, please contact the ACS Undergraduate Programs Office (1-800-227-5558, ext. 6108).