Chemistry in Context Workshops
Chemistry in Context Workshop
Claremont McKenna, Pitzer & Scripps College
November 10 & 11
Registration fee*: $100
Registration is closed. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
On Friday night, ACS will pay for participants to stay at the Sheraton Ontario Airport Hotel. A shuttle will transport attendees between campus and the hotel on Friday and Saturday. If you'd like to stay an extra night (Thursday and/or Saturday), please call the Sheraton at 909-937-7464 to make your arrangements. Mention that you're part of the ACS/Claremont McKenna workshop, and the price per night is $129 + tax.
*Registration fee includes Friday night accomodations, meals during the workshop, and workshop materials.
Teach Context With Confidence
Chemistry in Context Workshops are developed to ensure you are well-prepared to use the text and lab manual with your students. You have a short amount of time with your students; make every minute count.
After this two-day workshop, you will know how to successfully use the text to hook your students on chemistry. You will be prepared and you will save time because the author team will familiarize you with the material—old and new.
Get Personalized Training
After you register, you'll be asked to fill out a questionaire so the workshop includes the content that interests you the most. You'll get what you need for your classroom straight from the experts.
Learn the Text's Content and Teaching Strategies
The lab is where the action happens. This is why the workshop takes time to delve into new additions to the lab manual and text.
- Strengthen your students' connection between chemistry and current events.
- Get tips on investigation and assessment.
- Learn how to adjust lab investigations into demos or take-home experiments.
- Become familiar with the Science Writing Heuristic.
Order the lab manual.
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The 9th edition features the following new topics:
- The chemistry in portable electronics, such as smartphones and tablets
- Chemistry's connection to food
- How to solve a crime: forensic chemistry