CHEDWednesday, March 25, 2009

8:30 AM-11:35 AM Marriott City Center -- Capitol B, Oral
High School Chemistry Teacher Professional Development: What Works and How We Know
Organizer:Deborah G. Herrington
Organizer, Presiding:Ellen J. Yezierski
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:35 AMConnections to chemistry: A local section professional development activity for high school teachers
Steve Lantos, Ruth Tanner, Morton Z. Hoffman
8:55 AMBeyond giving teachers a free lunch: Lessons learned from the 2008 MIST summer teacher workshop at the University of Illinois
Gretchen M. Adams, Holly A. Downs, Jennifer R. McNeilly, Tracey Hickox
9:15 AMHigh school chemistry laboratory: A contextual- and inquiry-based teaching approach
Sharmistha Basu-Dutt, Gail Marshall, Donald Wink
9:35 AMIntermission
9:45 AMRAISE-ing the bar: Effects of research centered professional development for all stakeholders
Dawn I. Del Carlo, John Ophus, Andrea J Van Waardhuizen, Mark Busch
10:05 AMNo quick fixes: The long road to inquiry based instruction
Deborah G. Herrington, Ellen J. Yezierski
10:25 AMLearning communities as means of professional development of teachers
Peter M. Nentwig, Martin Lindner
10:45 AMIntermission
10:55 AMAdapting the Chemistry in the Community professional development program for the Chicago high school transformation project
Donald Wink, Angela R Powers, Linda Tilton, Patrick L. Daubenmire, Jean Kane, Gyzelle Watkins
11:15 AMProfessional development through multilevel coaching with the Chicago public schools' high school transformation project in 10th grade chemistry
Jean Kane, Patrick L. Daubenmire, Gyzelle Watkins, Donald Wink

Symposium Grid -- Division of Chemical Education -- Session Listing

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