VisChem is a National Science Foundation funded (Award #DRL-1908121) professional development program and study to determine how teachers’ use of dynamic, molecular-level visualizations in secondary chemistry classrooms affect affordances and constraints for student learning as well as students’ ideas about molecular-level behavior underpinning chemical and physical changes.
The project supports a 7-day, remotely delivered High School Chemistry Institute on July 6-9 and 12-14, 2021 (10am - 3pm EST)
Participants who complete the VisChem Institute will receive a $1,000 stipend.
Visit https://www.vischem.org/ to Learn more about the VisChem Institute and apply by March 31, 2021. The VisChem Approach uses carefully produced dynamic visualizations with teaching strategies informed by a cognitive learning model.