CHEDSunday, March 22, 2009

8:30 AM-11:35 AM Marriott City Center -- Capitol C, Oral
Integrating Nanoscience into the College and High School Classroom
High School Classroom
Organizer, Presiding:Andrew E. Greenberg
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:35 AMWhat's so big about being small? The interdisciplinary opportunity of nanoscience
MaryKay Orgill, Kent Crippen
8:55 AMNanotechnology in society: Issues, challenges and recommendations for high school and undergraduate level science education
Aldrin E. Sweeney
9:15 AMWiggling into traditional high school curriculum
Tina M Stanford
9:35 AMIntermission
9:45 AMTeachers' beliefs, intentions, and uses of models of nanoscale phenomena for NSEE
Shanna Daly, Lynn Bryan
10:05 AMIntegrating nanoscale science and engineering content into middle- and high-school classrooms: Challenges and successes
Kelly M. Hutchinson, Shanna Daly, Lynn Bryan
10:25 AMNano ideas to macro inclusion: High school teachers learn about nanoscience and articulate its integration
Kent Crippen, MaryKay Orgill
10:45 AMIntermission
10:55 AMBringing current nanoscience research into the classroom via virtual laboratory tours and video interviews.
Carolyn Aitken Nichol, John S. Hutchinson
11:15 AMTeachers' development of nanoscience lesson plans
Emily D. Wischow, Lynn Bryan, George Bodner

Integrating Nanoscience into the College and High School Classroom -- Next Session

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

Symposium Grid -- Nanoscience -- Session Listing

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