CHEDMonday, March 26, 2007

8:30 AM-12:00 PM McCormick Place North -- Room N230A, Level 2, Oral
ACS Award for Achievement in Research for the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of J. Dudley Herron
Organizer:Charles R Ward
Presiding:James H. Reeves
8:30 AMIntroductory remarks and establishing the context
Charles R Ward
8:35 AMDudley Herron: A case of phylogeny recapitulating ontogeny
George M. Bodner
8:55 AMReflections on J. Dudley Herron's contributions to research in chemical education
Dorothy L. Gabel
9:15 AMIntermission
9:25 AMJ. Dudley Herron: Change agent
Susan C. Nurrenbern
9:45 AMStanding on the shoulders of a giant: J. Dudley Herron, Jean Piaget, and beyond
Stacey Lowery Bretz
10:05 AMMaking the world better: J. Dudley Herron and pre-college chemistry education
David V. Frank
10:25 AMIntermission
10:35 AMWhat is learned from laboratory activities
Michael R. Abraham
10:55 AMUsing clinical interviews to probe students' understanding of chemistry and problem-solving skills
Thomas J. Greenbowe
11:15 AMAward Address (ACS Award for Achievement in Research for the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry, sponsored by Pearson Education). Philosophical ramblings of a has-been or advice to my intellectual grandchildren
J. Dudley Herron

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The 233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 2007