Tuesday July 31, PM Sessions

S49b: Research on the Design and Use of Simulations and Animations

Organizers: Kelly Lancaster (University of Colorado Boulder, USA), Resa Kelly (San Jose State University, USA)

Presider: Kelly Lancaster (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)

This symposium, sponsored by the Committee on Computers in Chemical Education, will provide a forum for research on the design and use of simulations and animations. Presentations should address questions such as: What design features make for effective simulations and animations? What are best practices for using simulations and animations in teaching? How do we assess the impact of simulations and animations on student learning? Any theory-based or research-based presentations on these topics or related topics are welcome.

     Introduction 2:00pm-2:05pm

P550: Designs for conceptual assessment: Bridging the spectrum of animations and simulations

Jerry P. Suits 2:05pm – 2:45pm – Thomas 216

P551: Design and assessment of chemical visualization software

Joel Russell 2:45pm – 3:05pm – Thomas 216

P552: Design and production of animated problem solutions

Steven Wood 3:05pm – 3:25pm – Thomas 216

Break 3:25pm-3:40pm

P553: Conduction junction, what’s your (atomic level) function?

Resa Kelly 3:40pm – 4:00pm – Thomas 216

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