Presentations

2012

Using clickers to scale up a classroom assessment technique to a large classroom, 22nd Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, July 29-August 2.

Global climate change: Integrative curriculum development for general chemistry, 22nd Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, July 29-August 2.

Climate change concepts and POGIL, 243rd ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, March 25-March 29, TECH-93.

2011

Engaging Students in Chemistry: Is Technology the Answer?, University of Akron, November 1.

Using clickers to identify points of confusion, 242nd ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, August 28-September 1, TECH-77.

Collection and Analysis of “Muddiest Points” in Large Enrollment General Chemistry Classes, 2011 Gordon Conference on Chemistry Education Research & Practice, June 26-July 1.

Improving feedback from clicker questions, 42nd Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM), American Chemical Society, May 21-23, 40.

2010

Engaging students in chemistry: Is technology the answer?, Drexel University Chemistry Department seminar, October 28.

Moving beyond the standard multiple choice format, Turning Technologies User Conference, Harvard University, October 10-11.

Using multiple response clicker questions to improve student feedback, 240th ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, August 22-26.

Clicker use as an indicator of success in general chemistry, 21st Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, August 1-5.

POGIL-ENVY: POGIL activities for environmental chemistry, 21st Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, August 1-5.

New Question Types to Improve Clicker Effectiveness, 2010, Lilly National Conference on College and University Teaching, June 3-5.

Clicker use in general chemistry: Who uses them and is there a benefit?, 41st Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM), American Chemical Society, April 10-13.

Correlating active clicker use with success in general chemistry, 239th ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, March 21-25.

Clickers as an assessment and pedagogical research tool, National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) National Meeting, March 18-21.

Gender Differences in the Use of Pre-Exam Review Materials, IWHL Sex and Gender Research Forum, March 4.

 

2009

Using Research Cruise Data to Improve Group Activities, Eos Trans. AGU, 90 (52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract ED51A-0512.

POGIL-ENVY: POGIL activities for environmental chemistry, 238th ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, August 16-20.

Providing Multiple Delivery Opportunities for Pre-Exam Review Material, 6th Teaching Professor Conference, June 5-7.

Clickers: Not Just for Classroom Engagement Anymore, 2009 Lilly-East Conference on College and University Teaching, April 16-17.

Gender differences in the use and effectiveness of personal response devices, 237th ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, March 22-26.

Using clickers to assess student learning, Turning Technologies User Conference, Philadelphia, PA, March 12.

 

2008

In person or online: Testing the effectiveness of general chemistry review sessions, 236th ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, August 17-21.

Does student learning from personal response devices increase when use is required?, 20th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, July 27-31.

Use of “clickers” to increase engagement and student learning, 35th Northeast Regional Meeting (NERM), American Chemical Society, June 29-July 2.

Student Assessment of Engagement in a “Clicker” Classroom, 40th Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM), American Chemical Society, May 18-21, 124.

Providing multiple delivery opportunities for pre-exam review material, 2008 Lilly-East Conference on College and University Teaching, April 17-18.

Do personal response devices improve student engagement and can we assess it?, 235th ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, April 6-10.

Bridging knowledge gaps: Merging content and application in an environmental chemistry course, 235th ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, April 6-10.

 

2007

Facilitating student preparation for exams in general chemistry, 234th ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, August 19-24.

Using Personal Response Devices in Review Sessions, 2007 Improving University Teaching Conference, July 5-7.

Using Technology to Enhance and Assess Student Learning in Chemistry, MADCP (Middle Atlantic Discovery Chemistry Project) meeting, June 3-4.

Improving the general chemistry review session, 39th Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM), American Chemical Society, May 16-18.

Assessing the effectiveness of personal response devices on student learning and classroom engagement, 2007 Lilly-East Conference on College and University Teaching, April 13-14.

 

2006

Quantitative measures of personal response device effectiveness, 232nd ACS National Meeting, American Chemical Society, September 10-14.

Teaching environmental chemistry: Which course components are most effective?”, 38th Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM), American Chemical Society, June 4-7.

 

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