Teacher Programming

Enjoy programming focused on middle and high school chemistry education. The planned presentations are below. Check back regularly as more information becomes available.

Agenda
Reducing the risk: How green chemistry & RAMP increase safety in the lab
Janie Butler
Chem 101: Active learning platform for advnaced high school chemistry courses
Justin Weinberg
Problem-solving based systematic approach to teaching IUPAC nomenclature of typical organic compounds
Timothy Trygstad
Using the latest technology to explore common chemistry concepts with your students
Melissa Hall & Elaine Nam
Chemistry Educators Luncheon

This luncheon is an opportunity for educators from different levels to exchange ideas and network. Sponsored by the ACS Education Division and Division of Chemical Education (CHED).

If you register for the meeting as a pre-college teacher, DO NOT purchase a ticket to the luncheon.
Well, how did I get here? From Olympic dreams and sailboat racing to chemical physics and teaching in the hood
Michael Morgan
Classroom activities for teachers from Journal of Chemical Education and ChemEdX
Laura Slocum
What I learned about teaching
Kenetia Thompson
Diet Coke and Mentos: Myths, misconceptions, mountains, and more
Thomas Kuntzleman
Chemistry Teacher Reception

Hosted by: American Association of Chemistry Teachers (AACT), ACS-Hach Programs, ACS ChemClubs
Agenda
Make-and-take with everyday items to help teach concepts in chemistry
Sherri C. Rukes
Resources for middle and high school
Laura Celik
Station labs: a thermochemistry example
Heather Weck
What you can do with an AACT resource
Matt Perekupka