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Symposium Title: Poster Presentations
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Program: 21st BCCE
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Organizer: Jeff Hepburn
CoOrganizers: Mark Freilich
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Papers
Part 2 [2010-08-03 12:30:00 - 13:30:00] - Jeff Hepburn, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
12:30:00Donald EstesSynthesis and analysis in the organic chemistry laboratory of a small liberal arts college
12:30:00Deepa PereraInvestigation of factors affecting Sn2 reaction rate by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry analysis
12:30:00Lynne DivisMeasuring oxygen saturation of hemoglobin by spectrophotometry: Experiment for general, organic, and biological (GOB) chemistry students
12:30:00Dalal AleziInfusion critical thinking skill, causal explanation, into the practical section of organic spectroscopy course
12:30:00Ray DudekHour-long classroom exercises for student centered learning in physical chemistry
12:30:00Deborah W LoudaDevelopment and implementation of group activities in introductory biochemistry
12:30:00Gene McDonaldFactors affecting grading consistency among teaching assistants in a multiple-section biochemistry laboratory course
12:30:00Jamie SchneiderTeaching organic first: Assessing curricular change
12:30:00Kimberlee DausSay yes to
12:30:00Priscilla DeGeorgeSurvey of the transition metals – Descriptive inorganic chemistry laboratory
12:30:00Ross JilkTeaching organic first: Implementing an organic first laboratory course
12:30:00Deirdre Belle-OudryPhotoluminescence spectroscopy: quantitative analysis of Tb3+ by sensitization with DTPA-pAS chelate
12:30:00Samuel PazicniUsing “writing to teach” to improve conceptual understanding of quantum mechanics
12:30:00Susan RowlandRebuilding a generalist biochemistry course around core concepts rather than heavy content: Building the big picture for a large mixed-learner cohort
12:30:00Alexandra Collins-WebbQualitative examination of the student transition to organic chemistry
12:30:00Nak Han JangDetecting DNA strands on gold surfaces
12:30:00Peter BalandaA semiquantitative analysis of the effect of relative monomer concentrations on rate of copolymerization and copolymer composition in styrene and methyl methacrylate bulk polymerization/copolymerization for the undergraduate laboratory
12:30:00Melinda GreerUsing guided inquiry to teach spectroscopy in organic chemistry
12:30:00Jeffrey CorneliusAnalysis of color degradation in paper and artwork using VISNIR analysis
12:30:00Jeffrey CorneliusAnalysis of atomic emission data from a Vreeland spectroscope using ImageJ image processing software
12:30:00Sarah PorterAntioxidant activity in various beverages: A quantitative analysis laboratory experiment
12:30:00Elliott SmithBridging the gap between upper division labs via nanoparticle synthesis and their applications in solar technology
12:30:00Linette WatkinsManaging biochemistry POGIL activities with medium-large classes in lecture classrooms
12:30:00David ColemanChemical analysis of silk fibroin proteins: Laboratory exercises for exploring protein science suitable for undergraduate courses in biological and organic chemistry
 
Part 3 [2010-08-04 12:30:00 - 13:30:00] - Jeff Hepburn, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
12:30:00K. Christopher SmithIntroducing traditional cultural beliefs into the undergraduate chemistry curriculum in the Mexican-American border region
12:30:00Lino CastroResearch of learning styles of mentored students of the faculty of chemical sciences
12:30:00K. Joseph HoEyes-on and hands-on chemistry laboratory experience
12:30:00Herb FyneweverExamining program sustainability: Opportunities for chemical education research
12:30:00John MooreNew approach to problem solving
12:30:00Gail SteehlerStudents on the stage: Student-presented demo show for Family Weekend
12:30:00Sonia Rodríguez de la RochaRecovery tests as an alternative to increase the level learning of students and obviously their average
12:30:00Lino CastroPractice of contingency at School of Chemical Sciences, to avoid the human influenza virus AH1N1
12:30:00Marc RichardExperiential chemistry: Unique laboratory course for non-majors
12:30:00Kelly NeilesIdentification and use of chemical propositions by experts to solve a conceptual chemistry problem
12:30:00Christopher BauerTransformative experience for graduate students (future faculty) in research-based teaching workshops
12:30:00Elizabeth FlensCorrelation of student engagement and teachers’ prediction of student achievement in 7th grade science
12:30:00Joel RosenbergChemistry for informal (and formal) educators
12:30:00Jordan BeckGauging students’ conceptual understanding of chemical concepts and confidence after formal coursework
12:30:00Nak Han JangAnalyzing descriptions for colligative properties of solutions in the United States, Japanese and Korean high school chemistry textbooks
12:30:00Katie TonsbergEnergy and biodiesel: High school lab exercise
12:30:00Valerie BrinlyInstructional styles observation rubric with an emphasis on instructor-student interactions
12:30:00Kimberly BrassardCatalyzing the reaction: high school seniors → college chemists
12:30:00Susan WiedigerHands-on minds-on safety: Developing a safety course for in-service teachers
12:30:00Michelle Richards-BabbWhat is the benefit of summer undergraduate research experience? Evidence from five years of practice
12:30:00Zuleika Medina TorresSimultaneous use of threefold representation in scientific models
12:30:00Timothy SherwoodMeeting ACS guidelines through two-cycle curriculum
12:30:00Susan HershbergerHands-on minds-on activities that promote healthy choices
12:30:00Jessica VandenPlasEvaluating problem solving in chemistry: Cognitive load-based approach
12:30:00Robert ReardonImplementation and results of incorporating both voluntary and required participation in supplemental instruction
12:30:00Russell LarsenMaking nanomedicine accessible to middle school students
12:30:00Kereen MonteyneProfiles of formal reasoning abilities
12:30:00MariaEsther DelReyInformatic technology as educational support at high school level
 
Part 1 [2010-08-02 12:30:00 - 13:30:00] - Jeff Hepburn, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
12:30:00Albert MartinSugar in breakfast cereal
12:30:00Cary KilnerThe Chem-Math Project and using structural equation modeling (SEM) to diagnose and predict success in general chemistry
12:30:00Pong K. YuenDevelopment of chemistry curriculum at pre-university level in Macau
12:30:00Andrea MartinSummer research experience for college freshmen
12:30:00John MooreThe problem with solubility rules
12:30:00Paul SzalayAnalysis of suspected drug samples in introductory chemistry
12:30:00Carrie SheplerActive learning in large general chemistry classrooms
12:30:00Gloria HolbrookGuided learning lesson on intermolecular forces in macromolecules
12:30:00Alexey LeontyevVisualization of chemical systems: Enhancement of conceptual chemistry
12:30:00Albert RivesIs seeing believing? The impact of an electrochemistry demonstration in the 2nd semester of general chemistry
12:30:00Hannah GavinActive learning activity on transmutation
12:30:00Louise Liable-SandsA guided-inquiry service-learning chemistry course for Widener students
12:30:00Chetna PatelSummer workshop model at Aurora University for K-12 teachers to improve teaching math and science
12:30:00Kimberly WoznackRevision of the undergraduate chemistry curriculum to obtain ACS approval at California University of Pennsylvania
12:30:00Joe MarchSCITECH Honors: A campus-wide approach to undergraduate research.
12:30:00Steven WoodMedia based solutions to sample problems
12:30:00Laurie LangdonNoyce fellow projects: Future teachers’ contributions to research, improve, and sustain a student-centered recitation model at the University of Colorado
12:30:00Praveen VadapallyInvestigation of cognitive-based instruction on minimizing student misconceptions about acid-base titration concepts in general chemistry
12:30:00Edward MottelSo maybe you’d like to be a CPA: Chemistry problem analyzer
 

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