ChemEd X will be there with a booth in the exhibit hall. Stop in and see us in Booth #18 (see figure 1)!
Figure 1: ChemEd 2019 Exhibit Hall Floor Plan
Several of our lead contributors will be presenting at the conference and hanging out at the booth as well. 'Limited Capacity' Workshops/Labs that have been marked "FULL" as of 7/20 are not included below.
9:10 - 10:05am ~ WSC 013 The IB Internal Assessment: Strategic Planning Stephanie O’Brien
8 – 9:30am ~ WSC 354 Introduction to POGIL Kristen Drury and Stephanie O’Brien
10:20 – 11:15am ~ WSC 354 POGIL in the AP Chemistry Classroom Melissa Hemling and Laura Trout
12:45 – 1:15pm ~ WSC 354 Differentiate Using Google Form Formative Assessments Melissa Hemling
1:25 – 3:30pm ~ WSC 301 Lab Law of Conservation of Mass: How to Teach Science Practices Through Content Ariel Serkin and Teresa Marx
8:00 – 8:55am ~ WSC 223 Lab - Limited Capacity- Construction of a Simple Device to Measure Kinetic Data in the Coke and Mentos Experiment Tom Kuntzleman
8:00 – 10:05 ~ WSC 104 AP Mock Reading Kristen Drury, Linda Cummings, Ryan Johnson
9:10 – 10:05am ~ BE 120 Making Chemistry Visible with Magnets Doug Ragan
10:20 – 11:15am ~ BE 200 Chemistry is for Everyone: Accommodations and Modifications for Teaching Chemistry Ariel Serkin
2:40 – 4:10pm ~ WSC 354 Introduction to POGIL Melissa Hemling and Laura Trout
ChemEd 2019 invites you to share your experience related to your attendance of ChemEd 2019 by tagging @ChemEd2019 and/or by using the hashtag #ChemEd2019. Feel free to tag us @ChemEdX as well!
Update 7/23/19: If you have been at the booth and enjoyed the activities and want to check them out on the website follow the links.
How Does an Orange Peel Pop a Balloon? Chemistry, of Course! by Tom Kuntzleman
Modeling the Concept of Ionic Bonding by Ben Meacham
Soap Boat 2.0 by Tom Kuntzleman