CHEDSunday, March 22, 2009

1:30 PM-3:50 PM Marriott City Center -- Olympus A, Oral
Advances in Teaching Organic Chemistry
Organizer, Presiding:Susan F. Hornbuckle
1:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:35 PMStrategies for promoting active learning in the introductory organic chemistry laboratory course
John A. Cramer
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2:15 PMResearch-based experiments for undergraduate organic chemistry laboratory courses.
Gabriela C. Weaver, Donald Wink, Donald E. Bergstrom, Ashley Bear, Cianan Russell, Veronica A. Curtis-Palmer
2:35 PMIntermission
2:45 PMNMR Cards: Inquiry-based approach to teaching NMR spectroscopy
Jacqueline Bennett, Matthew R. Miner, Jared Urda
3:05 PMFree-radical and ionic bromination reactions: One apparatus, two mechanisms
Kaitlyn Charles, Michael Bartels, Jacqueline Bennett
3:25 PMA stepwise strategy for teaching electron movement and the use of curvy arrows to sophomore organic chemistry students
Susan F. Hornbuckle
3:45 PMConcluding Remarks

Previous Session -- Advances in Teaching Organic Chemistry

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The 237th ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, March 22-26, 2009