CHEDWednesday, March 25, 2009

1:30 PM-4:15 PM Marriott City Center -- Capitol C, Oral
Research in Chemical Education
Active Learning
Organizers:Gautam Bhattacharyya
Dawn I. Del Carlo
Presiding:Laurie S. Langdon
1:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:35 PMWhich students do clickers help the most?
James MacArthur, Loretta L. Jones, Margaret R. Asirvatham
1:55 PMA comparison of a traditional lecture demonstration method and a participatory science lecture demonstration method on students' content mastery in a large enrollment chemistry course for nonmajors
David M. Majerich, Joseph S. Schmuckler
2:15 PMImpact of an educational strategy based on multiple intelligences theory (MIT) on satisfaction, attitude toward science, and academic achievement of undergraduate chemistry students
Sonia Rivera-González
2:35 PMUsing an eBook, group-learning, and reporting to promote concept-construction in a general chemistry program
Steven H. Szczepankiewicz, Phillip Sheridan, Roberto Ma. S. Gregorius
2:55 PMIntermission
3:15 PMCorrelation between student success factors and rate of self selection into PLTL workgroups
Betsy B Ratcliff, Jeffrey S. Carver
3:35 PMTaking the lecture out of lecture hall: Teaching with learning assistants in an introductory chemistry course
Rebecca A Krystyniak, Megan Buerkley, Michael A. Dvorak
3:55 PMMetacognition development in the cooperative problem based laboratory: Perspectives of first year teaching assistants
Santiago Sandi-Urena, Melanie M. Cooper, Todd A. Gatlin, Ron Stevens

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