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Symposium Title: Designing Innovative Chemistry Classrooms: Architecture and Pedagogy
Descrption: We have reached an age during which many schools around the country are redesigning their chemistry classroom and their chemistry curricula. In the interest of sharing objectives, ideas and outcomes we invite talks about redesigning physical classroom spaces or redesigning or updating curricula. Many institutions have embraced an integrated lab/lecture course which sometimes requires a new space to work in and a new style of teaching. Other institutions have chosen to update their space and modernize a fairly “traditional” curriculum, while still others have implemented a new curriculum in a “traditionally” designed classroom and lab space.
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: College
Organizer: Kimberly Woznack
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[2010-08-01 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Kimberly Woznack, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00L. Kraig SteffenCreating the Resource Center for Core Science: A laboratory/lecture space for natural science courses
14:25:00Bradley HallRedesigning the freshman laboratory to integrate lecture and research space for multi-faceted project based learning
14:45:00Ron BriggsDesign and implementation of the new Chemistry Collaborative Learning Center (CCLC) at Arizona State University (ASU)
15:05:00Kimberly WoznackImplementing a student-centered studio chemistry approach at California University of Pennsylvania
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Lisa PontonAdvanced general chemistry: Rethinking the approach
16:00:00Larry MillerRedesigning classroom space and course content to accommodate a one-semester integrated laboratory/lecture general chemistry course
16:20:00Roberto Viña-MarrufoGoing FAR?
16:40:00Rebecca KruseDesigning an interactive, student-centered physical science curriculum for large enrollment, general education courses.
 

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