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Here you can access information about publications from the Sevian research group about the ACCT project.
Check out some ACCT team members' blogs to learn more about doing formative assessments.
Check out some ACCT team members' blogs to learn more about Chemical Thinking.
Here you can read a description of the Benefits-Costs-Risks thread of the Chemical Thinking framework.
Here you can read a description of the Chemical Control thread of the Chemical Thinking framework.
Here you can read a description of the Chemical Identity thread of the Chemical Thinking framework.
Here you can learn about the Chemical Thinking Learning Progression (CTLP) project that spawned the Assessing for Change in Chemical Thinking (ACCT) project.
Read about our rationale for the development of the Chemical Thinking framework here.
Access formative assessments developed by the Sevian research group past ACCT cohort participants according to the chemical thinking questions that they uncover.
Responsible Chemistry Citizenship - The April 2020 issue of the Journal of Chemical Education is now available online to subscribers. Topics featured in this issue include: environmental chemistry; green chemistry; revisiting classic demonstrations & activities; teaching stoichiometry; foundations of teaching and learning; organic chemistry; inorganic chemistry; understanding chromatography; analytical methods; aids for spatial learning; computer-based learning; low-cost teaching tools; from the archives: resources for teaching online and articles for celebrating Earth Week 2020.