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Thursday, July 21
8:20 AM - 9:20 AM
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Forensic Chemistry: Mystery Powder from a Crime Scene

McCormick Place - W471b

Sponsoring Company: Vernier Software & Technology

Guests are getting sick at a dinner party. White powder is collected at a crime scene. Use pH and conductivity sensors to identify the powder. Bring your own device with our Graphical Analysis app installed or use our devices. All activities are available as a free download for attendees.

Takeaways: 1. Gain experience with hands-on technology that encourages students to explore and test different solutions and make connections to the real world; 2. Get access to free resources to keep students engaged while learning key scientific concepts either remotely or in the lab; and 3. Gain hands-on experiences with innovative products that increase student engagement, promote creativity and collaboration, and develop problem-solving skills.

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Nüsret Hisim (Vernier Software & Technology: Beaverton, OR), Colleen McDaniel (Vernier Software & Technology: Beaverton, OR)

Thursday, July 21
8:20 AM - 9:20 AM
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The pH Scale: Measuring pH optically using an RGB Spectrophotometer

McCormick Place - W470b

Sponsoring Company: Lab-Aids

What does pH actually measure? In this investigation, you will measure pH indirectly using indicators and absorption using the Lab-Master. Using their data participants generate a graph of absorbance vs. pH. This graph can be used to determine the pH of solutions, within the measured pH range. Join us for this activity from The Natural Approach to Chemistry program.

Takeaways: How to calculate the pH of a basic solution.

Speakers

Wendy Jackson (The Lawrence Hall of Science: Berkeley, CA)

Thursday, July 21
8:20 AM - 9:20 AM
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How to Seriously Succeed Through Play: The Research Behind Game-Based Learning

McCormick Place - W190b

Sponsoring Company: Legends of Learning

Attendees will learn how employing game-based learning (GBL) engages and develops all learners. Understand how games empower students, develop critical thinking skills, provide instant feedback (and more) to develop content mastery as well as social-emotional learning. Game-Based Learning: encourages players to take risks without fear of failure, provides instant feedback that takes advantage of the richest teachable moments, creates individualized experiences through student agency, develops 21st century skills such as critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity, allows students to experience that actions have ramifications, and invites all students to engage, providing expanded opportunities for equitable learning. Attendees will experience examples of each of these benefits, discuss how they could apply to their own classrooms, and will learn about the research that supports them. Attendees will collaborate with each other as they explore and discuss concepts during the session. They will also investigate how to apply game-based learning to creating experiences that address their own learning objectives.

Takeaways: Apply game-based learning to make a difference to your students.

Speakers

Janet Pittock (director: , CA)

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Legends of Learning One Pager - National 2022.pdf
Math Basecamp White Paper

Thursday, July 21
9:40 AM - 10:40 AM
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Shampoo Evaluation

McCormick Place - W192b

Sponsoring Company: Fisher Science Education

Get your students excited about chemistry and consumer science at one time! Join us as we evaluate various types of shampoo to determine which provides the best value. Investigate pH, viscosity, and other detergent characteristics like foam retention and ink dispersion in this engaging hands-on demonstration. Excellent for helping students understand key surfactant chemistry topics like hydrophobicity and micelles.

Takeaways: Teachers will learn the process of evaluating shampoo for pH, viscosity, foam retention and ink dispersion.

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Kymberly Hall

Thursday, July 21
9:40 AM - 10:40 AM
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Bringing authentic hands-on investigations to the molecular biology classroom using fluorescence

McCormick Place - W476

Sponsoring Company: miniPCR bio

Discover a completely new approach to studying DNA and enzymes. Using fluorescence your students can now directly visualize DNA base pairing and explore the effects of temperature, pH, and genetic sequence on DNA structure. Then see how inhibitors, concentration, temperature and pH affect the rate of enzymatic reactions. Go beyond building models; watch biology glow!

Takeaways: Explore the connection between DNA sequence and DNA structure and investigate the properties of enzymes including competitive inhibition.

Speakers

Bruce Bryan (miniPCR: Cambridge, MA)

Thursday, July 21
9:40 AM - 10:40 AM
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Exploring OpenSciEd from Carolina

McCormick Place - W471a

Sponsoring Company: Carolina Biological Supply Co.

Come experience a model lesson from OpenSciEd for Middle School and see how the new Carolina Certified Edition makes these high-quality instructional materials even better!

Takeaways: 1. Experience the pedagogy of OpenSciEd through a model lesson; 2. Learn ways to encourage equitable classroom discourse; and 3. Create a Driving Question Board to explore real-world phenomena.

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Cory Ort (Carolina Biological Supply Co.: Burlington, NC)

Thursday, July 21
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Urgent Lessons: Measuring the Effects of Climate Change

McCormick Place - W471b

Sponsoring Company: Vernier Software & Technology

Learn how to introduce new scientific concepts to your students through the lens of climate change. We will discuss experiments that let students study climate change in the classroom using data-collection technology, such as an investigation into the effect of carbon dioxide on ocean and freshwater pH. All activities are available as a free download for attendees.

Takeaways: 1. Gain experience with hands-on technology that encourages students to explore and test different solutions and make connections to the real world; 2. Get access to free resources to keep students engaged while learning key scientific concepts either remotely or in the lab; and 3. Gain hands-on experiences with innovative products that increase student engagement, promote creativity and collaboration, and develop problem-solving skills.

Speakers

Colleen McDaniel (Vernier Software & Technology: Beaverton, OR), Nüsret Hisim (Vernier Software & Technology: Beaverton, OR)

Thursday, July 21
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Computational Thinking and Coding in the Science Classroom

McCormick Place - W474b

Sponsoring Company: PASCO scientific

Bridging the gap between science and coding can be challenging without the proper support. In this workshop, you'll learn how to use block-based coding as part of your existing physical and life science activities by integrating it into students' data collection process. Learn how you can help students develop computational thinking skills alongside science literacy without reinventing your curriculum.

Takeaways: Learn how to incorporate block-based coding into your current physical and life science activities.

Speakers

Barbara Pugliese (PASCO Scientific: Roseville, CA), Jonathan Hanna (PASCO Scientific: Roseville, CA)

Thursday, July 21
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Engineer Physical Science Excitement with a Carolina STEM Challenge®

McCormick Place - W471a

Sponsoring Company: Carolina Biological Supply Co.

Apply creative problem-solving skills and engineering practices to chemistry and physical science challenges with race cars and rockets. Experience how Carolina makes it easy to incorporate STEM into your classroom.

Takeaways: Teachers will take away hands-on experience in designing, making, and testing balloon race cars and reaction rockets.

Speakers

Patti Kopkau (Retired Educator: National City, MI)

Thursday, July 21
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Beginner Biotech: Electrophoresis for the STEM classroom

McCormick Place - W476

Sponsoring Company: miniPCR bio

Teach electrophoresis from the inside out. The BanditTM STEM Electrophoresis Kit allows students to build a working gel electrophoresis apparatus. After building it, they use their fully functioning system to run an electrophoresis lab. Link the concepts of circuits, electric fields, and charged particles through this essential biotechnology tool as students will make connections across scientific disciplines. With the accompanying high-quality curriculum, you'll perform molecular biology labs on a budget you didn't think was possible!

Takeaways: Connect the physical sciences to biotechnology techniques and implement accessible and affordable electrophoresis for all levels, ranging from Mendelian inheritance to molecular genetics.

Speakers

Bruce Bryan (miniPCR: Cambridge, MA)

Thursday, July 21
2:20 PM - 3:20 PM
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Bon Appétit: Explorations in Food Chemistry

McCormick Place - W471b

Sponsoring Company: Vernier Software & Technology

Use Vernier pH and carbon dioxide sensors to learn about the differences between baking soda and baking powder while applying chemistry content skills all while using chemicals used for food preparation. All activities are available as a free download for attendees.

Takeaways: 1. Gain experience with hands-on technology that encourages students to explore and test different solutions and make connections to the real world; 2. Get access to free resources to keep students engaged while learning key scientific concepts either remotely or in the lab; and 3. Gain hands-on experiences with innovative products that increase student engagement, promote creativity and collaboration, and develop problem-solving skills.

Speakers

Nüsret Hisim (Vernier Software & Technology: Beaverton, OR), Colleen McDaniel (Vernier Software & Technology: Beaverton, OR)

Thursday, July 21
2:20 PM - 3:20 PM
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Stoichiometry: Tools and Strategies for Improving Student Understanding

McCormick Place - W474b

Sponsoring Company: PASCO scientific

How can you tell when a reaction is complete? Why won’t adding a reactant always lead to more product? Help students develop a better understanding of mole ratios, stoichiometry, and limiting reactants through this hands-on activity using household chemicals and a Wireless Pressure Sensor. Attend for a chance to win equipment for your school!

Takeaways: Learn simple hands-on strategies for improving student understandings of stoichiometry, mole ratios, and limiting reactants.

Speakers

Barbara Pugliese (PASCO Scientific: Roseville, CA)

Thursday, July 21
2:20 PM - 3:20 PM
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Solid Composite Propellant Model Rocket Science Education

McCormick Place - W194b

Sponsoring Company: AeroTech/Quest, Div. of RCS Rocket Motor Component

Explore the differences between aerospace-grade solid composite propellant model rocket motors and traditional black powder model rocket motors in science education, STEM programs, TARC Competition, and collegiate rocket team activities. We'll assemble a Quest Astra III model rocket kit during the workshop to take back to your classroom.

Takeaways: In model rocket science education, AeroTech/Quest products have been "STEM from the beginning!”™

Speakers

Dane Boles (AeroTech / Quest Divison of RCS Rocket Motor Components, Inc.: , United States)

Thursday, July 21
2:20 PM - 3:20 PM
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Teaching with Co-Lob-Orate

McCormick Place - W192b

Sponsoring Company: Fisher Science Education & Aldon

Looking for ways to connect your classroom, regardless of whether students are in school or at home? Co-lab-orate is an innovative digital lab notebook that allows educators to easily create, assign, and grade lab reports, while helping students communicate with their classmates and teachers. Co-lab-orate can be used to complete hands-on activities done individually or in a group setting, when working at school or remotely. Join Fisher Science Education and Aldon as we conduct an experiment while showcasing Co-lab-Orate’s game changing and cost-effective teaching platform!

Takeaways: Attendees will perform a lab experiment and record the results on their own device experiencing the full power of Co-Lab-Orate.

Speakers

Kymberly Hall , Alex Molinich (Aldon Corporation: Avon, NY)

Thursday, July 21
2:20 PM - 3:20 PM
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Beyond Labz: Realistic Virtual Labs That Bridge the Gap Between Real Labs and Scientific Inquiry

McCormick Place - W473

Sponsoring Company: Beyond Labz

Workshop Summary: Beyond Labz is a set of sophisticated and realistic virtual laboratories that have been used by millions of students over the past 20 years. Subjects covered by the virtual labs include general chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, physical science, and biology. We have recently updated the virtual labs so they are browser-based with a number of new features including tracking student lab books and the student journey through the lab. With over 20 years of experience and feedback from students and teachers worldwide, we have learned much about how to enhance and augment classroom and laboratory instruction using the virtual labs. In this presentation we will provide a brief update on the new features in Beyond Labz, and we will provide onboarding instructions and describe how to use the virtual laboratories in various curriculum settings and use cases, and we will show the labs can be used to enhance inquiry-based instruction. We will also describe some of the recent research we have performed using these and other simulation products we have created.

Takeaways: Beyond Labz simplifies and reduces the cost and expertise needed to provide crucial laboratory experiences and practice for Secondary and Higher Ed students. Attendees will learn how the labs are used for pre and post lab experiences, credit recovery and lab make-up, student engagement in class, and meeting NGSS standards. Basic onboarding and startup instructions will be provided for drop-in solutions, and instructions for using some of the more sophisticated features will also be described.

Speakers

Brian Woodfield (Brigham Young University: Provo, UT)

Friday, July 22
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
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Now Trending: Science Simulations to Make Things Stick!

McCormick Place - W190b

Sponsoring Company: ExploreLearning

Everyday events make us wonder. Some events are easily explained, while others cannot. When these events are examined and tested through virtual simulations, they give students an opportunity to think. Why do some objects float and others sink? What is the difference between a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse and how often does that happen? Learn how to use virtual simulations to help students dig deeper and get inspired by science and STEM phenomenon! Through this highly interactive session, educators will be able to understand the added value of including simulations to their current lab practices. Although hands-on activities are always important, simulations allow for a deeper understanding of content for all students. When coupled with hands-on learning, students can create more moments to explore, discover and apply new concepts. Simulations are repeatable (to allow for trial and error) so students can practice skills again and again to make STEM concepts stick!

Takeaways: Use of virtual simulations builds a deeper understanding of concepts.

Speakers

Jenna Mercury (ExploreLearning: Charlottesville, VA)

Friday, July 22
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
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Student-friendly Approaches to Colorimetry, Beer’s Law, and Kinetics

McCormick Place - W474b

Sponsoring Company: PASCO scientific

Help students discover the relationship between solution concentration and the amount of light absorbed through guided inquiry. Learn how to use a colorimeter and a spectrometer to collect and analyze solution data, develop a mathematical model, and test it by determining the unknown concentration of a solution.  Attend for a chance to win equipment for your school!

Takeaways: Learn how to develop student understandings of colorimetry and Beer's Law by testing solutions with spectrometers and colorimeters.

Speakers

Barbara Pugliese (PASCO Scientific: Roseville, CA)

Friday, July 22
10:40 AM - 11:40 AM
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Learn how BIOZONE’S superb interactive texts and BIOZONE toolkit supports teachers to deliver flexible and engaging NGSS and AP programs

McCormick Place - W190b

Sponsoring Company: BIOZONE

BIOZONE’s interactive worktexts are designed to support teachers by providing tools and content to:

  • Deliver accessible content within a differentiated classroom.
  • Engage students through inquiry or phenomenon-based learning.
  • Undertake effective and meaningful assessment using curricula specific assessment tools.
  • Enhance content delivery using the BIOZONE toolkit.
  • Enable flexible delivery in remote, in class, or blended delivery environments.

During this presentation we will showcase our two NGSS series and our new AP titles.

  • BIOZONE’s two NGSS series (Standard NGSS Series and Integrated NGSS Series) have been specifically designed to fully embrace the spirit and intent of the Next Generation Science Standards. These phenomena based titles are and fully three-dimensional, the DCIs, SEPs, and CCCs are embedded within each activity, delivery of material is scaffolded using the 5Es Instructional Model, and carefully designed assessment tasks conclude each chapter. Discover which NGSS series is right for you.
  • BIOZONE’s AP Environmental Science and AP Biology are structured on the units and topics outlined in the CEDs, with the Big Ideas and Enduring Understandings spiralling across all units. Students are engaged in learning through inquiry, case studies, investigations, and second hand data analysis. Assessment tasks based on the CED stipulations conclude each chapter.

Takeaways: 1. Discover how BIOZONE’s interactive worktexts and BIOZONE toolkit empower teachers to deliver engaging, effective programs within a differentiated classroom. 2. Discover how the BIOZONE tool kit augments the worktext and supports teachers to deliver a flexible and engaging program. 3. Learn about BIOZONE’S two NGSS series (Standard NGSS Series and Integrated NGSS Series) and our new Advanced Placement titles for AP Biology and AP Environmental Science. All workshop attendees receive a FREE BIOZONE eBook personal license and a FREE copy of the BIOZONE title of their choice.

Speakers

Lissa Bainbridge-Smith (BIOZONE Corp.: Parker, CO)

Friday, July 22
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Building Meaningful STEM Learning Experiences: Using 3D and XR for Interactive Online Learning

McCormick Place - W192b

Sponsoring Company: Inspirit

Recent times have called for changes in the ways students learn STEM and have exposed gaps in current virtual STEM instruction. In our session, K-12 educators will learn about and be empowered to incorporate powerful VR and 3D STEM tools into their learning systems. We will use Inspirit’s virtual labs and 3D learning content features to teach and practice this. Our content is designed to stimulate high knowledge gain, deep engagement, and critical thinking in learners through their active involvement in virtual gamified environments. We’ll also answer some fundamental questions about technology integration into the classroom: (1) What is XR? What devices do we need to improve student learning outcomes? (2) How can we align with existing agencies and beliefs to support more meaningful and long-term integration? (3) What does it take to bridge the best practices of academic research in gamifying STEM education with practical considerations for making this technology work in the real-world? Through this hands-on and discussion-rich experience, participants will gain tools to align new media technologies with diverse curriculum, standards, and desired outcomes and examine how to use virtual 3D STEM labs in meaningful ways in the classroom.

Takeaways: Attendees will learn how to deepen the level of student engagement and critical thinking skills using affordable, accessible, interactive, gamified STEM experiences via 3D learning tools.

Speakers

Sarah Taylor (Inspirit: Stanford, CA), Luke Nilles (Inspirit Learning, Inc.: Atlanta, GA), Gerry Marchand (Huntley High School: Huntley, IL)

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Presentation Deck

Friday, July 22
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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NGSS Activity—Chemical Reactions: Recovering Copper from Waste Solutions

McCormick Place - W470b

Sponsoring Company: Lab-Aids

Students investigate the use of reactions with three metals for reducing copper waste and reclaiming copper from a used copper etching solution. Students use data from their investigation and text sources to develop an evidence-based argument for which metal is the best choice for recovering copper from the waste solution. Takeaways: 1. Develop an evidence-based argument for which metal is best for removing copper from liquid wastes; 2. Chemicals such as copper and its compounds react in characteristic ways to form new substances with different properties; and 3. Decisions involving resource use should be made with an understanding of the trade-offs involved.

Takeaways: 1. Develop an evidence-based argument for which metal is best for removing copper from liquid wastes;

Speakers

Misty Richmond (James Ward Elementary School: Chicago, IL)

Friday, July 22
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Got Milk? DNA, Enzymes, and Lactose Intolerance

McCormick Place - W471a

Sponsoring Company: Carolina Biological Supply Co.

Examine enzymes through historical, cultural, and economical lenses by using lactase to produce lactose-free milk. Modify experimental conditions to design and test your own procedures.

Takeaways: Learn to make and use sodium alginate beads to encapsulate lactase to produce lactose-free milk ann then manipulate experimental variables to maximize lactose-free milk production.

Speakers

Laurie Nixon (Watauga High School: Boone, NC)

Friday, July 22
2:20 PM - 3:20 PM
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Modeling Ocean Acidification: A Hands-On Approach

McCormick Place - W474b

Sponsoring Company: PASCO scientific

Making global phenomenon feel local is key to supporting student understandings of climate change. In this workshop, we'll share activities that make climate change meaningful. Join us to learn how to monitor local CO2 levels, model ocean acidification, and use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to explore (and create) global data sets with free classroom-ready resources. Attend for a chance to win equipment for your school!

Takeaways: Learn how to monitor local CO2 levels, model ocean acidification, and use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to explore (and create) global data sets with free classroom-ready resources.

Speakers

Roger Palmer (PASCO Scientific: Roseville, CA)

Friday, July 22
2:20 PM - 3:20 PM
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Exploring OpenSciEd from Carolina

McCormick Place - W471a

Sponsoring Company: Carolina Biological Supply Co.

Come experience a model lesson from OpenSciEd for Middle School and see how the new Carolina Certified Edition makes these high-quality instructional materials even better!

Takeaways: 1. Experience the pedagogy of OpenSciEd through a model lesson; 2. Learn ways to encourage equitable classroom discourse; and 3. Create a Driving Question Board to explore real-world phenomena.

Speakers

Cory Ort (Carolina Biological Supply Co.: Burlington, NC)

Friday, July 22
3:40 PM - 4:40 PM
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Keep Calm and Chemistry On: Successful Lab Activities for the New Chemistry Teacher

McCormick Place - W471a

Sponsoring Company: Carolina Biological Supply Co.

Explore easy, engaging, and safe chemistry activities that guarantee a reaction in your students. These lab activities support three-dimensional learning and work every time, not just periodically.

Takeaways: Teachers observe an endothermic reaction demonstration and participate in hands-on activities, including small-scale reactions and manipulatives to introduce balancing equations.

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Laurie Nixon (Watauga High School: Boone, NC)

Friday, July 22
3:40 PM - 4:40 PM
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Cow-apult Confessions: The intersection of engaging games and rigorous science education.

McCormick Place - W190b

Sponsoring Company: Legends of Learning

Build a catapult to launch cows, learn about impacts on trajectories and walk away with knowledge of how to bring more of this engaging gaming experience to your classroom. Research has proven how we learn best through engagement and play. While launching cows can seemingly be all play, students doing this activity need to adjust their approach in order to hit a target or defined goals. This activity is based on one of the premise of engagement, which is a fundamental concept to game-based learning, From force and motion, to the water cycle, to the conservation of energy and more, help students gain science literacy, students can explore science and engineering practices, and more easily attain subject mastery through engaging approaches like game-based learning.

Takeaways: Participants will receive first-hand experience of what collaboration and achievement can look like through our hands-on game-based learning platform. Come ready to collaborate, compete, learn some science and math, and have a whole lot of fun!

Speakers

Sean Reidy (Legends of Learning: Washington, DC)

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Legends of Learning One Pager - National 2022.pdf
Math Basecamp White Pages

Saturday, July 23
9:20 AM - 10:20 AM
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From Particles to Properties: Chemistry Concepts with Water Models

McCormick Place - W475b

Sponsoring Company: 3D Molecular Designs

Explore how Water Kit models can be used to foster an understanding of the structure of water molecules and how interactions between these molecules explain the properties of water observed on the macroscopic level. This session is based on the Next Generation Science Standards MS-PS1-1 and HS-PS1-3. During this session participants will: • Learn strategies for using hands on models to explain structure-function relationships. • Explore how models can be used to describe the atomic composition of simple molecules and extended structures (NGSS MS-PS-1). • Use models to compare the structure of water at the macroscopic level to infer the strength of electrical forces between particles (NGSS HS-PS1-3).

Takeaways: Participants will learn strategies for using Water Kit models to explain structure-function relationships.

Speakers

Ruth Hutson (Blue Valley High/Middle School: Randolph, KS)

Saturday, July 23
9:20 AM - 10:20 AM
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Transform Your Chemistry Classroom With Active Learning Through Scientific Phenomena

McCormick Place - W192b

Sponsoring Company: Pivot Interactives

As veteran chemistry teachers, we know how challenging it is to create an active learning environment using phenomena & science practices on your own. Pivot Interactives makes active learning throughout the learning cycle easy with a dynamic platform that invites students to explore scientific phenomena freely. Teaching chemistry while actively & frequently engaging students meaningfully doesn’t have to be just a dream. Come learn about the newest ways Pivot interactives helps you overcome the challenges you face as a chemistry teacher, so you can create the chemistry class you’ve always envisioned. Hear from fellow chemistry teachers about how they transformed their classroom with active learning, scaffolding, personalized feedback, phenomena-based assessments, increased use of science practices, and increased access to phenomena.

Takeaways: In this session, chemistry educators will see the newest ways Pivot Interactives gives them effective, streamlined tools to engage chemistry students with phenomena & science practices through active learning.

Speakers

Peter Bohacek (Pivot Interactives: Minneapolis, MN)

Saturday, July 23
9:20 AM - 10:20 AM
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Mission Blast-Off: Interdisciplinary Rocket Science

McCormick Place - W476

Sponsoring Company: Estes Education

What does it take for a rocket to launch? Join us for this mission to see how rocket science transcends STEM and beyond.

Takeaways: Model rocketry is an interdisciplinary tool for any classroom to provide hands-on, inquiry-based learning for all.

Speakers

Kathy Biernat (Educational Consultant: Franklin, WI)