Monday, July 24 – Afternoon

Session Schedule (Mon – PM)


General seating capacities (Cap) of each room are listed under the room locations. Please note that some sessions may have specific maximum capacities or additional requirements (e.g., laptops or mobile devices). If applicable, this information will be stated in the session details.

All lab sessions (LAB) require closed-toe shoes. To download a PDF copy of the schedule, please click the “Print/PDF” button at the bottom of the page.

SSC – Science Complex; MACN – MacNaughton

Room Location
2:30 - 3:15 PM
3:30 - 4:15 PM
4:30 - 5:15 PM
SSC 1303
(Cap: 35)
Who died and made (insert constant of your choice) king?
Michael Jansen, ON

No Session

No Session
SSC 1304
(Cap: 42)
Myths, Facts and Recommendations
for Teaching Introductory

William R. Smith
University of Guelph, ON
Methane, hydrogen, and kerosene, oh, my!: The thermochemistry
of rocket propellants

Kathleen Holley, John Galloway
Hebron High School & NASASpaceflight, TX
Adventures in Concrete:
A Cross-Disciplinary Extended Lab

Sue Klemmer
Camden Hills Regional High School, ME
SSC 1305
(Cap: 32)
Building your own interactive online activity using Twine
Leanne Racicot
University of Waterloo, ON

SSC 1306
(Cap: 42)
Chemistry Teaching and learning for sustainable futures
Ken Hoffman, Janice Williams
Beyond Benign, MA
Green Chemistry Teaching and Learning Community (GCTLC): A new online platform for K-20 educators
Jonathon Moir, Ken Hoffman
Beyond Benign, MA

SSC 2101
(Cap: 24)

Session starts at 3:30 PM
Integrating coding in chemistry using the Micro:bit
Karen Choo
Milliken Mills High School, ON

SSC 2102
(Cap: 24)
Forensic Chemistry:
Combine Spectroscopy and
Beer’s Law
to Solve a Crime of Poisoning

Nüs Hisim
Vernier Science Education, OR
Food Chemistry: Using Column Chromatography and Spectroscopy to Determine the Food Dyes in a Mixture
Nüs Hisim
Vernier Science Education, OR
SSC 2103
(Cap: 24)
Incorporating Wet Labs and
Writing to Assess Higher
Order Thinking of Chemistry Concepts

Stephanie Coyle, Hannah Nandor
Columbia Public Schools, MO
Investigating IMF’s Using NGSS
Doug Ragan, Ashley Green
Hudsonville High School, MI
SSC 2104
(Cap: 24)
There is nothing “Dry” ☺ about this Lecture!
Yvonne Clifford
Jacob Hespeler Secondary School, ON

No session

No session
SSC 2108
(Cap: 24)
STEAM in the Grade 11 Chemistry Classroom
Andrew McLeod, Steph Beamish
The Bishop Strachan School, ON


No session
(next session starts at 4:30 PM)
Johnstone’s Triangle of Acid-Base Chemistry: Experiments, Graphs,
and Atomic Models

Katy Dornbos
Norris High School, NE
SSC 2109
(Cap: 24)

Session starts at 3:30 PM
Teaching Essential Chemistry Content Through Demonstrations
Jeramy DeBry, Jenn Fees
American Association of Chemistry Teachers, DC
MACN 113
(Cap: 148)

Symposium starts at 3:30 PM
A Tribute to Irwin Talesnick Symposium (3:30 - 5:15 PM)

Magic Test Tube
John Eix, Retired, Upper Canada College, ON

Orange Juice Clock
Sandra Eix, Science World, BC

The Mentos-Free Fountain / The Designated Diver
Doug DeLaMatter, Retired, ON


Visible and invisible catalyst
Andy Cherkas, Retired, York Region DSB, ON

Bowling Ball Float
Diana Mason, University of North Texas, TX

Irwin, Hydrogen & Oxygen
Lisa Talesnick, Jerusalem Schools, Beit Hanina, Jerusalem, Israel

MACN 105
(Cap: 282)
George R. Hague, Jr. AP Chemistry Symposium (All Day)

Creative Ways to Maximize the Lab Experience in AP Chemistry
Paul Price, Trinity Valley School, TX (2:30 – 3:05 PM)

Q&A, Updates and College Board Resources for AP Chemistry
Jamie Benigna, College Board, MI & Kyle Beran, Angelo State University, TX (3:05 – 3:25 PM)

Break/Q&A (3:25 – 3:30 PM)

Results of the 2023 AP Chemistry Exam
Kyle Beran, Angelo State University, TX & Jamie Benigna, College Board, MI (3:30 – 5:15 PM)

Quick link to sessions: Monday Morning, Monday Afternoon, Tuesday Morning, Tuesday Afternoon, Wednesday Morning, Wednesday afternoon, Overall Schedule

Print Friendly, PDF & Email