ACS Award for Achievement in Research for the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of David F. Treagust

Organizers: Marcy Towns, Department of Chemistry, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907, tel: (765) 496-1574, Email: mtowns@purdue.edu; and Thomas J. Greenbowe. Department of Chemistry, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011-3111, tel: (515) 294-6352, Email: tgreenbo@iastate.edu (Invited only)

This symposium in honor of the contributions of David Treagust to research on the teaching and learning of chemistry contained papers on student understanding of the macroscopic-particulate connection by M. H. Towns; David Treagust's influence on the design of instruction and assessment to address student difficulties with understanding electrochemical cells by T. J. Greenbowe; diagnostic assessment for curricular change by J. E. Lewis, J. A. Arjoon, K. Heredia, U. Kulatunga, S. M. Villafañe, and X. Xu; measuring what students know about chemistry by S. Bretz; vsualizing atomic and molecular behavior. By M. R. Abraham and J. I. Gelder; visualizing chemical concepts through stop-motion animations by W. K. Graeber; just because you've always done it that way doesn't mean it's not incredibly stupid by M. M. Cooper; and the role of multiple representations and diagnostic assessment to enhance the teaching and learning of chemistry concepts by D. F. Treagust.

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