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    09/07/99 to 10/08/99
  2. BestChoice, an interactive learning system: Supporting learning in large classes

    Sheila Woodgate and David Titheridge
    The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

    03/12/07 to 03/18/07
  3. First-Year Chemistry In Two Countries Oceans Apart: United States of America And India

    Supriya Sihi

    Department of Chemistry Houston Community College Houston, Texas, USA

    03/05/07 to 03/11/07
  4. To Teach and Learn Chemistry is Vital to Human Development. What are we Doing Towards this End in Mexico?

    Adela Castillejos Salazar
    as translated by Paul Kelter
    Facultad de Química. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.

    02/26/07 to 03/04/07
  5. First Experiences Teaching General, Organic, Biological (GOB) Chemistry Lecture On-line.

    James F. Kirby
    Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT, USA 06518

    02/19/07 to 02/25/07
  6. “Less is More:” The 1:2:1 Curriculum at Indiana University

    Jill K. Robinson (, Kate Reck, Martha G. Oakley
    Indiana University, Department of Chemistry, 800 E. Kirkwood, Bloomington, IN 47401

    02/05/07 to 02/11/07
  7. New Trends in Learning Structures in European Higher Education: An Opportunity for Encouraging Cricitcal Thinking in Chemistry Students

    Gabriel Pinto, Grupo de Innovación Educativa de Didáctica de la Química, ETS de Ingenieros Industriales
    (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid).

    01/29/07 to 02/04/07
  8. 2007 Spring ConfChem: International Conference on First-Year College Chemistry
    01/29/07 to 03/11/07
  9. Teaching Science in Cultural Context with an Optional Travel-abroad Component

    Vladimir N. Garkov
    Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, VA 24401

    10/14/07 to 10/20/07
  10. Offering Introductory Chemistry in a Learning Community versus a Stand-alone Course: Gains, Losses and Extras

    M. Rachel Wang and Adriana Bishop
    Chemistry Department, Spokane Falls Community College

    10/07/07 to 10/13/07