Introduction to Modeling Instruction in Chemistry II hosted by AMTA

Dates: July 12-29, 2021
Meeting times: Monday-Thursday from 11:30 am – 3:30 pm EDT
Office Hours: July 16 and 23, times TBD
Leaders: Larry Dukerich and Chris Manor
Costs: $775 (includes 1 yr. AMTA membership)
Optional graduate-level credits: $79 per credit through the University of Pacific (up to 3 credits)
Location: Zoom

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The Introduction to Modeling Instruction in Chemistry II course is intended for teachers who wish to investigate a model-based approach to concepts not addressed in the Modeling Chemistry I workshop.  These include an evidence-based treatment of the internal structure of the atom, periodicity and covalent bonding, intermolecular forces, equilibrium and acids & bases.  This should appeal to teachers of an honors or AP course whose students can move through the basic concepts more rapidly.

NOTE: The leaders strongly suggest participants have attended the face to face chemistry I Modeling Instruction workshop previously as they build on the models, pedagogy, and content in the previous units.

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