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Symposium Title: Cognition in Chemistry Education
Descrption: This symposium is designed to be a gathering of researchers and educators with an interest in the role of cognition in chemistry education. We will present our findings and discuss the cognitive issues associated with the teaching and learning of chemistry. We invite researchers, graduate students and sponsored undergraduate researchers to join us in the conversation. We solicit scholarship associated with the cognitive processes of learning; the application of research findings to theoretical and practical teaching perspectives and methods; neurological and psychological foundations of learning and cognition; knowledge construction through mental models and other constructs; and other cognitive aspects of the learning/teaching paradigm.
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: General Audience
Organizer: Daniel Domin
CoOrganizers: Mike Briggs
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Papers
Part 1 of 3 [2010-08-01 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Mike Briggs, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Nick PotterTaking chemical education into the 3rd dimension via the 1st and 2nd dimensions … of course!
14:25:00Malka YayonUsing a knowledge-in-pieces representation to characterize chemical-bonding knowledge: The basis of a diagnostic tool
14:45:00Katherine HavankiProcess model for the comprehension of organic chemistry equations
15:05:00Mike BriggsCognitive components of inquiry learning in chemistry I
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Mike BriggsCognitive components of inquiry learning in chemistry II
16:00:00LaKeisha McClaryAssumptions, heuristics, and mental models: The case of acidity and acid strength
16:20:00David YaronLearning about student cognition by logging interactions with online activities
16:40:00Stephanie Cunningham RyanStudent interpretations of number in solutions chemistry
 
Part 2 of 3 [2010-08-02 09:00:00 - 12:00:00] - Daniel Domin, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
09:00:00 introduction
09:05:00Mailoo SelvaratnamCompetence of first-year college students in some basic intellectual skills and strategies
09:25:00Eric NelsonCognition, math skills, and chemistry: Trends in student test scores in math computation and the implications for chemistry instruction
09:45:00Benjamin SandlerMath as a second language: A new model for math literacy in the science classroom
10:05:00maria sheehanCognitive development of Irish pupils/students and its implications for the teaching and learning of chemistry
10:25:00 break
10:40:00Seth AnthonyInterrelationships of feedback, metacognition, and performance in students’ written models of chemical systems within the Model-Observe-Reflect-Explain (MORE) Thinking Frame
11:00:00Jackie StewartPracticing retrieving knowledge: An instructional technique
11:20:00Nathan BarrowsWorking memory and retrosynthesis in undergraduate organic chemistry: Does your brain work in reverse?
11:40:00Erik EppCognitive load and student navigation of hypermedia
 
Part 3 of 3 [2010-08-03 09:00:00 - 12:00:00] - Daniel Domin, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
09:00:00 introduction
09:05:00Holly SchiltzProviding a resource for abstract visualization using physical 3-D models
09:25:00Alexey LeontyevVisualization of chemical systems: Enhancement of conceptual chemistry
09:45:00John PollardWhat are the visuospatial pathways students utilize when learning chemistry concepts?
10:05:00Daniel DominInvestigating students' meta-representational competence
10:25:00 break
10:40:00Gautam BhattacharyyaWhat are those lines and letters? Making meaning of organic chemistry diagrams
11:00:00Carisssa ManriqueLogical thinking and spatial intelligence: The effect of using cybertechnology in a chemistry classroom
 

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