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AACT Webinar: The Role of JCE in Teaching and Learning

The Journal of Chemical Education (JCE) has a long history of supporting chemistry instructors by providing high quality information. The presentation will provide a brief outline of the history and structure of JCE, provide examples of exemplary high school level content and how teachers have used it, and show attendees how to best take advantage of the new AACT benefit of 25 free ACS downloads.

Introduction to the Claim, Evidence, Reasoning (CER) Framework

This webinar will introduce the Claim, Evidence, Reasoning (CER) Framework, implementation strategies, and how it helps create a classroom culture that more accurately reflects the ways progress in scientific knowledge and communication take place in the real world. Free webinar for all AMTA members!

AMTA Webinar Series: Engineering in the Modeling Classroom

Free Webinar for all AMTA members!

The NGSS calls for the use of the engineering design process in science classrooms K12.  Let’s discuss what this means for the modeling classroom.   Bring your ideas about how and when to integrate the engineering design process and engineering projects into your classroom.  

This session will be hosted by Kathy Malone and Anita Schuchardt. 

AACT Webinar Series: A Visual and Intuitive Approach to Stoichiometry

This webinar will discuss how to approach teaching stoichiometry problems using a table set-up (commonly referred to as Before, Change, After tables) to make the process visually appealing and more intuitive for students. The process emphasizes proportional reasoning and explicitly connects the calculations to the particulate nature of matter.

Connections to equilibrium calculations will also be discussed to show how this method can easily be integrated in to your curriculum and benefit your students in more than one area.

AMTA Webinar Series: Engineering in the Modeling Classroom

The NGSS calls for the use of the engineering design process in science classrooms K12. Let’s discuss what this means for the modeling classroom. Bring your ideas about how and when to integrate the engineering design process and engineering projects into your classroom. Free Webinar for all AMTA members!

AACT Webinar Series: Connecting Molecular to Macroscopic

Register now to attend the AACT webinar on January 25 at 7:00 EST. This webinar will introduce demonstrations you can use when they first learn the material, or as they prepare for the AP test. You'll be provided with demonstration questions that can be scaled up or down depending on the level of chemistry that you teach.

AMTA Announces New Webinar Series!

The American Modeling Teachers Association(link is external) has announced a new webinar series to be hosted by experts in the field.  The webinars will include a variety of topics and are free to members.  Space is limited to the first twenty-three teachers to sign up, but each session will be recorded and made available to wait-listed teachers.  The webinars will be hosted on GoToMeeting.

Solving Mysteries Through Chemistry for National Chemistry Week

Join me, along with co-presenter Rachel Murillo, on Thursday, September 15, 2016, 6:30 p.m. Eastern. Rachel brings her background in forensic anthropology to the webinar, along with her current work teaching high school forensic science. We’ll share forensics resources useful for National Chemistry Week, for integrating into classroom curriculum, and for informal science sharing. Anyone who wants to connect science to this high-interest, real world topic will find ready-to-use demonstrations, lab investigations, videos, background information, and more.

ACS/NSTA webinar: “Chemistry Colors Our World!”—Resources for National Chemistry Week, the Classroom, and Beyond

A free 90-minute webinar on Tuesday, September 15, 2015, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Eastern.

Register ahead of time through the "Register today!" link at http://learningcenter.nsta.org/products/symposia_seminars/ACS/webseminar....

The webinar will offer resources that relate to the National Chemistry Week theme of color (dyes, pigments, and light), including ready-to-use demonstrations, labs, videos, and more.