Wednesday, July 26 – Afternoon

Session schedule (Wed – 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

2:30 - 3:15 PM
3:30 - 4:15 PM
SSC 1303
(Cap: 35)
Teaching AP Chemistry the English Way
Adrian Dingle
Adrian Dingle’s Chem Pages, IN
Measurement and significant figures–logically and empirically
Michael Jansen, ON
SSC 1304
(Cap: 42)
Using peer review to strengthen students’ skills
Amy Roediger, Tom Hogan
Mentor High School, OH
Mastery-based learning in the chemistry classroom
Rachel Johnson
Halton District School Board, ON
SSC 1305
(Cap: 32)
Strategies To Support Scientific Communication (Grade 9 – 12)
Joanne Arcand
Let’s Talk Science, ON

SSC 1306
(Cap: 42)
Calming the chem classroom:
What your students want you to know about classroom management.

Mark Pfeifer
Retired, ON
Techniques to get students to reflect and self-assess in the classroom
Caleb Evans
Columbus State Community College, OH

SSC 2101
(Cap: 24)
PASCO Spectrometry: Shedding Light on Kinetics,
Concentrations, and Electron Orbitals

Roger Palmer
PASCO scientific

No session
SSC 2102
(Cap: 24)
The Farewell Demos
Andy Cherkas
Retired, York Region DSB, ON
SSC 2103
(Cap: 24)
Designing green chemistry labs for high- and middle-school
Ken Hoffman, Andrew Dicks
Beyond Benign, MA

SSC 2104
(Cap: 24)
Cold Finger Distillation
Robyn Ford, Dr. Diana Mason
Bridgeport High School, TX
SSC 2105
(Cap: 24)

Session starts at 3:30 PM
Demonstrations and Particulate Diagramming:
Can Student Conceptual Understanding Increase Doing Both

Matthew Miller
South Dakota State University, SD
SSC 2108
(Cap: 24)
Introduction to Electrolysis or Reaction Potentials
Lisa Talesnick, Jerusalem Schools, Beit Hanna, Jerusalem, Israel &
John Eix, Upper Canada College (retired), ON

SSC 2109
(Cap: 24)
American Association of Chemistry Teachers (AACT) resources for AP Chemistry
Jeramy DeBry, Michael Farabaugh
American Association of Chemistry Teachers, DC
MACN 113
(Cap: 148)
Guelph-Waterloo Centre for Graduate Work in Chemistry and Biochemistry (GWC2)
Graduate Student Presenters
University of Guelph; University of Waterloo, ON

“The Easter Egg Project”: Macrocyclic Inclusion Complex of Qubits
Candice Robillard (2:30 - 2:50 PM)

The Crossroads of Inorganic Chemistry and Biochemistry: Bio-inspired Iron Complexes
Justin Shmordok (2:50 - 3:10 PM)

Break (3:10 - 3:25 PM)

Nanodiscs as a platform for drug discovery
Philip Drewniak (3:25 - 3:45 PM)

Valorization of industrial waste stream into high value carbon product using catalyzed hydrothermal carbonization followed by chemical activation
Aneela Hayder (3:45 - 4:05 PM)

MACN 105
(Cap: 282)
ChemEd X: Engaging with Contributors Symposium

An Invitation to Share with the ChemEd X Community
Deanna Cullen, ChemEdX, MI

ChemEd X: A Lead Contributor
Joshua Kenney, Early College Alliance at Eastern Michigan University, Ann Arbor, MI

Acid Base Speed Dating
Kristen Drury, William Floyd High School, NY

Fake science? Using current media resources to develop CER skills
Karen Sorensen, Indianola High School, IA

Coke and Mentos: quantitative experiments you can do in your classroom
Tom Kuntzleman, Spring Arbor University, MI and ChemEdX

Panel discussion

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

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