Chemistry 2 will run from January 19th -April 27 (15 weeks), with an open house to prepare with technology on January 12th. It will be led by expert chemistry modeling leaders Larry Dukerich and Brenda Royce. The course will develop an evidence-based approach to the internal structure of the atom, periodicity and covalent bonding, intermolecular forces, equilibrium and acids and bases. It will also build teaches’ skill and confidence implementing Modeling InstructionTM in their classes. Participants will frequently perform all the laboratory investigations and problem solving as their students would as well as considering common preconceptions and misconceptions students hold. Additionally, they will they will practice student discourse management strategies, and employ Socratic dialogue, and inquiry-based classroom techniques as teacher leaders within the classroom.
Limited seats are available so follow this link for information and to register for Chemistry 2.
These 45-hour distance learning courses can be taken for up to 3 graduate credits through Aurora University at only $100 per credit hour.