CHEDTuesday, March 27, 2007

1:30 PM-4:55 PM McCormick Place North -- Room N231, Level 2, Oral
Advances in Teaching Chemistry at the Nanoscale at the K-12 Level
Organizer:George M. Bodner
Presiding:S. Daly
1:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:35 PMNanoscale science: A tool to excite middle school students in chemistry
Sherine O. Obare
1:55 PMOn-line nanoscience course for teachers: Design, implementation, and evaluation
Janice M. Hall Tomasik, J. W. Moore
2:15 PMThe nanoworld: Research-driven design process
Namsoo Shin, Chris Quintana, CÚsar Delgado, Shawn Y. Stevens, Joseph S. Krajcik
2:35 PMIntermission
2:45 PMDeveloping and validating a learning progression for the nature of matter
Shawn Y. Stevens, CÚsar Delgado, Namsoo Shin, Joseph S. Krajcik
3:05 PMDevelopment of an inventory of student nanoscience concepts
Nathan A. Unterman, Marcel Grdinic, Lincoln J. Lauhon
3:25 PMIdentification of the big ideas in nanoscience
Shawn Y. Stevens, Joseph S. Krajcik, CÚsar Delgado, Ramez A Elgammal, Chris Quintana, Anders Rosenquist, Nora Sabelli, Tina Sanford, Patricia Schank, Molly Yunker
3:45 PMIntermission
3:55 PMSecondary students' interests in nanoscience concepts and phenomena
Kelly M. Hutchinson, Shawn Y. Stevens, Namsoo Shin, Cesar Delgado, Molly Yunker, George M. Bodner, Nicholas Giordano, Joseph S. Krajcik
4:15 PMStudents' conceptions of size
CÚsar Delgado, Shawn Y. Stevens, Joseph S. Krajcik
4:35 PMThe chemistry of metal and semiconductor nanoparticles
Li May Goh, Jorge Pazmino, John A. Washington, Mitsuko Fujiwara, Richard D. Braatz

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