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Symposium Title: Atoms First in the General Chemistry Curriculum
Descrption: A significant recent trend in general chemistry has been the adoption of the atoms first approach. Traditional layouts of general chemistry are being replaced by atoms first where students are exposed to the building blocks of nature first and only after an examination of atoms and their properties are compounds introduced along with stoichiometry and the many facets of how reactions rearrange atoms. This symposium is designed to provide a timely look at the atoms first approach at various institutions. How is atoms first implemented? What topics and what order is covered with your atoms first approach? What benefits/pitfalls are encountered with this approach? How does this layout affect your laboratory course?
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: College
Organizer: Jason Overby
CoOrganizers:
Restrictions: No restrictions. This is an open symposium for all to participate in.
Papers
[2010-08-02 09:00:00 - 12:00:00] - Jason Overby, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
09:00:00 introduction
09:05:00Mark BishopAn atoms-first preparatory chemistry text
09:25:00David DohertyEnabling atoms first through technology
09:45:00Steven GravelleFrom the Big Bang to osmosis: Implementing the “atoms first” approach at Saint Vincent College
10:05:00Michael KahlowTeaching organic first: A natural extension to atoms first
10:25:00 break
10:40:00Jason OverbyImplementing atoms first in general chemistry
11:00:00Mary BojanAtoms first approach: What are we doing better? What are we leaving out?
11:20:00Larry MillerGeneral chemistry in a single semester: Atoms first as an organizing principle
 

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