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ECRICE 2022 Program

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Monday, July 11

Time Session/Lecture info
08:30-09:00
Opening Ceremony
 
09:00-10:20
Plenary lecture + Keynote lecture
 
Kimmel
09:00-09:45
Ada Yonath, Weizmann Institute of Science
09:45-10:20
Vanessa Kind, Durham University
10:20-10:45
Coffee break
 
10:45-12:15
Oral Presentation 1 Strand 13
 
Kimmel
10:45-11:05
Dominik Diekemper, Eberhard Karls Universitaet Tuebingen
Chemistry's Contribution to Sustainable Lighting: Microwave Synthesis of a LED Phosphor for School Students
11:05-11:25
Roee Peretz, Technion
Fostering Systems Thinking and Modeling Skills
11:25-11:45
Ozcan Gulacar, University of California, Davis
Investigating the Effects of Socio-Scientific Discussions on General Chemistry Students? Perception of Science Relevancy and Career Aspirations
11:45-12:05
Shelley Rap, Weizmann Institute of Science
Can a data-driven pedagogy contribute to the development of student agency?
12:05-12:15
Discussion
10:45-12:15
Oral Presentation 2 Strand 9
 
Schmidt Lecture Hall
10:45-11:05
Simone Abels, Leuphana University
Subject-related interactions of students in chemistry lessons during distillation
11:05-11:25
Isabel Ribau Coutinho, Nova Lisbon University
Teaching and Learning Chemistry with a laboratory stations model in a flipped classroom
11:25-11:45
Elisabeth Hofer, Leuphana University
Does it occur or not? ? A structured approach to support students in determining the spontaneity of chemical reactions
11:45-12:05
Anja Lembens, Austrian Educational Competence Centre Chemistry, University of Vienna
Developing and analysing linguistically responsive tasks within the framework of the cross-disciplinary project sensiMINT
12:05-12:15
Discussion
10:45-12:15
Workshop
 
Presidential Reception Room, The David Lopatie Conference Centre
10:45-12:15
Jenny Olander, Stockholm University
Challenges and Opportunities Related to Chemical Safety in Schools
12:15-13:45
Oral Presentation 3 Strand 4
 
Schmidt Lecture Hall
12:15-12:35
Corinna Monch, Ludwigsburg University of Education
Systematization of German Chemistry Teachers? Pedagogical Scientific Language Knowledge
12:35-12:55
Boaz Hadas, Technion
Mapping Chemistry Teachers? Knowledge Types by Analyzing Online Tasks They Developed
12:55-13:15
Ruth Waldman, Weizmann Institute of Science
A unique mechanism activated by social media that supports the growth of chemistry teachers' professional knowledge
13:15-13:35
Anat Shauly, Technion
Support for chemistry teachers in Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) in routine and during the COVID-19 Crisis
13:35-13:45
Discussion
12:15-13:45
Oral Presentation 4 Strand 8
 
Kimmel
12:15-12:35
Dana Sachyani, Kibbutzim college of education
Interactive proteins - Teaching biochemistry using authentic tools
12:35-12:55
Sam von Gillern, University of Missouri
Gamified Organic Chemistry: Student Learning and Perceptions
12:55-13:15
Asnat R. Zohar, University of Haifa
Middle school students? learning through modeling chemical reactions with the MMM platform
13:15-13:35
Inbal Tuvi-Arad, The Open University of Israel
Advancing Chemistry Education with Open Molecular Databases
13:35-13:45
Discussion
12:15-13:45
Workshop
 
Presidential Reception Room, The David Lopatie Conference Centre
12:15-13:45
Inbar Haimovich, Weizmann Institute of Science
Virtual Chemical Escape Room: "The Masked Scientist
13:45-15:15
Lunch & poster session
 
15:15-16:25
Keynote Lecture
 
Kimmel
15:15-15:50
Pawel Bernard, Jagiellonian University
Enhancing Chemical Education with 3D Printing
15:50-16:25
Karolina Broman, Umea university
Virtual Reality - visualization of chemical structures to enhance student interest and learning
16:25-17:00
Coffee break
 
17:00-18:10
Oral Presentation
 
Kimmel
17:00-17:20
Carolin Flerlage, IPN - Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education
How can Digital Educational Content be adapted to the user? Differences between STEM and non-STEM students
17:20-17:40
Martin Rusek, Charles University
Freshman university students? chemistry calculations skills: The effect of and students? major, task or calculation type
17:40-18:00
Emrah Ozyurek, Durham University
Images Of Virtuosity In Science Teaching And Developing Virtuoso Science Teachers: A Comparative Case Study Of Understanding Excellence In Teaching Practice
18:00-18:10
Discussion
17:00-18:30
Workshop
 
The Department of Science Teaching
17:00-18:30
Lab 3 Debora Marchak, Weizmann Institute of Science
A Neuropedagogy-based, Arts-integrating Approach to Teaching Chemistry
17:00-18:30
Lab 2 Ella Yonai, Weizmann Institute of Science
A window into contemporary science research: A hands-on workshop with a scanning electron microscope to explore biomineralization
17:00-18:30
Lab 1 Malka Yayon, Weizmann Institute of Science
Do-It-Yourself Chemical Escape Rooms: Following Green Energy and the Periodic Table of Elements
19:15-22:15
Welcome reception
 

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IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline for abstract submission

January 10th. 2022

End of review process and notification of acceptance

January 31, 2022


Conference Chairs

  • Ron Blonder
    Weizmann Institute of Science
  • Shelley Rap
    Weizmann Institute of Science

SPONSORS

The Chorafas Institute for Scientific Exchange

The Charlotte and Jacques Wolf Conference Fund

The Israel Chemical Society

Sol-Gel, Advanced Topical Therapy


Coordinator & Accessibility Issues

Talia Suissa
talia.suissa@weizmann.ac.il