About ChemEd X Conferences

ChemEd X Conference

Learn about ChemEd X Conferences including Information about how they are organized, constructed, and presented. Current conferences are listed below with a brief introduction. To learn more about a conference and to attend one, click its link.

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ACCT Cohort 3

Tuesday, March 24, 2020 to Thursday, December 24, 2020

BY INVITATION ONLY - Assessing for Change in Chemical Thinking (ACCT) Cohort 3 conference

ChemEd X Team Resource

Wednesday, January 1, 2020 to Tuesday, December 31, 2030
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BY INVITATION ONLY - The 2020 ChemEd X Team Resource is available for ChemEd X Lead Contributors, Associate Editors, Editors and the Editor in Chief to use. Please ATTEND this conference to receive notification of announcements and conversations.

ACCT Cohort 4

Monday, August 24, 2020 to Friday, December 18, 2020

BY INVITATION ONLY - The conference is intended to determine whether the ChemEd X conference service is sufficient for ACCT purposes.

Tools for Integrating Green Chemistry in Your Classroom

Monday, January 29, 2018 to Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Tools For Integrating Green Chemistry into Your Classroom

This conference is now CLOSED. However, if you registered for the conference, then you can still log in and access the materials. Beyond Benign is proud to partner with the Journal of Chemical Education and ChemEd X to host this virtual conference. By participating in Tools for Integrating Green Chemistry in Your Classroom, you will engage with each other alongside experts in the field of green chemistry education through critiquing and discussing labs and lessons for teaching chemistry through the lens of sustainable innovations. By investigating novel technologies, exploring green chemistry alternatives to traditional experiments, and evaluating a fresh perspective on chemical modeling, you will gain a deeper understanding of green chemistry principles and practices to integrate into your classrooms.

Chemistry Instruction for the Next Generation

Monday, May 8, 2017 to Saturday, May 27, 2017
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This conference is now CLOSED. However, if you registered for the conference, then you can still log in and access the materials. Evidence indicates that using student-centered methods of teaching chemistry results in a higher level of understanding for the students. Moving from traditional teaching methods to inquiry driven curriculum does not occur overnight and significant barriers to making the transition exist for both teachers and students. Next generation teaching standards such as AP Chemistry and Next Generation Science Standards have an increased emphasis on inquiry. Chemistry Instruction for the Next Generation endeavors to provide a forum for discussing how we can best overcome these barriers to provide better outcomes for our students.