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Symposium Title: Research in Chemistry Education
Descrption: This symposium provides a forum for chemical education research. A submitted presentation should briefly address (1) the motivation for the research and type of problem investigated and (2) the methodology chosen to both gather and interpret the data collected. The presentation should focus primarily on the findings and the interpretation of the data. This symposium is sponsored by the ACS DivCHED Committee on Chemistry Education Research.
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: College
Organizer: Bill Robinson
CoOrganizers: Douglas Mulford
Restrictions:
Papers
Assessment (II) [2010-08-05 07:30:00 - 10:30:00] - Ann Cutler, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
07:30:00 introduction
07:35:00Moises CamachoAuthentic/alternative assment in chemistry/science education V: Effect of the auto quiz on the achievement of science college students
07:55:00Moises CamachoClassification of organic compounds, reactions/mechanisms by science majors
08:15:00Sachel VillafaneDevelopment of an eight-factor diagnostic instrument for biochemistry courses
08:35:00Lisa KendhammerDifferential item functioning on multiple choice general chemistry assessments
08:55:00 break
09:10:00Lijiang HuThe practice and effect of accomplishing different teaching levels and cultivating innovative talents for applied chemistry specialty undergraduates
09:30:00Keily HerediaUsing a two concept diagnostic exam for predicting studentsí achievement
09:50:00Sonali RajeWhat do students really need to know to be successful in introductory chemistry
10:10:00Uma JayaramanEffects of a content-enriched and inquiry-based sustained professional development program on inservice chemistry teachers' classroom practices
 
The Affective Domain [2010-08-02 09:00:00 - 12:00:00] - Bill Robinson, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
09:00:00 introduction
09:05:00Alicia GarciaUsing HLM to examine chemistry self-efficacy trends
09:25:00Elizabeth Ilnicki-StoneHow learning styles, chemistry attitudes and experiences, and demographics affect academic success in students taking first and second year chemistry courses
09:45:00Debra FeakesImpact of supplemental instruction on performance, retention, and chemistry self-efficacy among undergraduate chemistry students
10:05:00Christopher BauerGeneral chemistry student perceptions of their own abilities: Patterns of attribution
10:25:00 break
10:40:00An-Phong LeChanges in chemistry studentsí confidence in answering conceptual questions across different chemistry courses
11:00:00Megan GrunertUnderstanding women's career choices in chemistry: A qualitative study
11:20:00Andrea VerdanMaking decisions in scientific research: Conceptions of contributions, collaborations, and credit
11:40:00Jouni ValisaariCommunication and use of language in Finnish secondary school science education
 
The Cognitive Domain (I) [2010-08-02 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Douglas Mulford, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Ann CutlerWhy do you make us read when that book is just confusing? A probe into reading skills, readability, and success in general chemistry
14:25:00Karrie AndersonAssessing studentsí scale and atomic unitizing perception to develop inquiry-based activities using live or remote-access instrumentation
14:45:00Katie AmaralDoes prep chem work
15:05:00Jordan BeckChanges in undergraduate studentsí conceptual understanding of chemistry with continued chemistry coursework
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Vicente TalanquerTypes of explanations built by general chemistry students
16:00:00Anil BanerjeeEffect of guided inquiry and traditional instruction on student understanding of chemistry concepts and science inquiry in high schools
16:20:00Erika OfferdahlBiochemistry students' thinking about nucleic acids as revealed by reading questions
16:40:00Kim LinenbergerEliciting misconceptions of enzyme catalysis using the constructivist interview of representational competence
 
The Cognitive Domain (II) [2010-08-03 09:00:00 - 12:00:00] - Ellen Yezierski, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
09:00:00 introduction
09:05:00Anne O' DwyerInvestigation of student difficulties with organic chemistry at third level in Ireland
09:25:00Vanessa FishbackInstructor pedagogical content knowledge of organic chemistry mechanisms
09:45:00Nathaniel GroveDecorating with arrows? Studentsí use of mechanisms in organic chemistry
10:05:00Tina OvertonFour parts quantitative research plus one part qualitative research equals one chemical education investigation or 4qual + 1quan = 1 PhD
10:25:00 break
10:40:00Anna JensenStudy of common misconceptions in chemistry among middle-level school science teachers
11:00:00Sevil AkaygunMolecular representations in textbooks: Analysis and interpretation by pre-service chemistry teachers
11:20:00Cari F. Herrmann-AbellInvestigating studentsí ideas about chemistry using standards-based assessment items
11:40:00Thomas BusseyExamining researchersí perceptions of self-assembly
 
Methodology [2010-08-03 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Jennifer Lewis, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Resa KellyDeveloping electronic learning tools for general chemistry students using qualitative research methods
14:25:00Alan KisteUse and usefulness: Examining the ecology of the classroom
14:45:00Dale EizengaChanging phase change misconceptions through inquiry activities
15:05:00Donald WinkStudent understandings of solutions
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Alan KisteDeveloping methods for analyzing students' chemistry inscriptions
16:00:00Carrie SheplerDocumented problem solving to increase conceptual understanding in general chemistry
16:20:00Seth AnthonyEffectiveness of modeling and critiquing activities for improving studentsí construction of evidence-based explanations in the general chemistry laboratory
16:40:00Eric BallCloze in general chemistry
 
Instructional Design [2010-08-04 09:00:00 - 12:00:00] - Resa Kelly, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
09:00:00 introduction
09:05:00Kermin Joel Martinez-HernandezComparing lecture-based vs. video game-based learning environments to assess student understanding of chemistry concepts
09:25:00Dustin HillmanComparing active game-based learning environments with passive media learning environments
09:45:00CianŠn RussellEvaluation of the impacts of implementation parameters on a research-based laboratory curriculum
10:05:00Gabriela SzteinbergTracking student retention in science: Effects of the CASPiE curriculum at Purdue University
10:25:00 break
10:40:00Emily MooreEffectiveness of an online short preparatory course for general chemistry
11:00:00Adessa ButlerSuccess and retention in general chemistry before and after implementation of a mathematics prerequisite
11:20:00Ryan SweederQuantitative impact of general chemistry on organic chemistry performance
11:40:00Karen ChristianStudy groups in organic chemistry
 
Assessment (I) [2010-08-04 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Christopher Bauer, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Justin M. ShorbChemPaths: Evaluation of an online portal to ChemEd Digital Library resources for intrinsically linked learning
14:25:00Kelly LancasterWhen a sim works: An interview study of two PhET simulations on acid-base solutions
14:45:00Xiaoying XuUsing theory and factor analysis to guide instrument refinement
15:05:00Ushiri KulatungaParticipation patterns within arguments constructed by students in small groups
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Jeffrey PribylComparison of grading students work via hand grading and electronic grading
16:00:00CianŠn RussellImpacts of faculty development workshops on the students of faculty attendees
16:20:00Ellen YezierskiLong-term effects on teaching quality: The Target Inquiry model for high school chemistry teacher professional development
16:40:00Debbie HerringtonDoes participation in a research experience for teachers (RET) program improve inquiry lessons in high school chemistry classrooms?
 

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