Deanna Cullen | Mon, 02/18/2013 - 10:25
Sunday, July 28 to Thursday, August 1, 2013, the largest conference in North America focused on teaching high school and introductory chemistry will be hosted by the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON Canada.
- typically over 200 sessions on different aspects of teaching chemistry
- many hands-on workshops taking place in university lab facilities
- highlights: “So You Think You Can Demo” contest, Oktoberfest, Mole Day Breakfast, Ice Cream Social, Mole Day Run, and Kid’s Camp
Be part of the great community of chemistry teachers, by not only attending a ChemEd Conference, but by presenting your teaching ideas and successes.
To find out more about ChemEd 2013 and learn about the history of ChemEd, visit the website.
Online proposals now being accepted. Attendee registration opens March 1, 2013. Plan to attend, and spread the word.
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Presentations and Ice Cream Social
I hope to co-present with my JCE colleague, Greg Rushton. We will also be serving ice cream at the Monday night social.
CHEMED is great PD for any chemistry teacher! We look forward to meeting you there.
You can visit the CHEMED 2013 Web site to see pictures from this past summer. If you have any you would like to share, the organizers will be excited to get them and post them in the photo gallery.
Check out the site.