Target Inquiry research presented at NARST

Target Inquiry research presented at NARST

Prof. Debbie Herrington presented a talk at the 2017 National Association for Research in Science Teaching International Conference in San Antonio, TX.  The presentation, entitled "Changing Teacher Values about Science Instruction: Cumulative Influences of a Research Experience and Materials Development” featured the work of post-doc Senita Bancroft and students Molly Edwards and Stephanie Tanis.

Herrington made two additional presentations involving work carried out with GVSU Chemistry colleague Jessie VandenPlas and students Alec Shrode and Marissa Biesbrock.  

  • UURAF and 11th annual LBC Research Symposium, Apr 2017, Michigan State University. “Screencasts and simulations in the learning of atomic interactions” (A.D. Shrode, R.D. Sweeder, D.G. Herrington, & J. VandenPlas)
  • 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Fransciso, CA, April 2-6, 2017, “Using screencasts and simulations to help chemistry students understand chemical kinetics.” (M. Biesbrock, D. Herrington, J. VandenPlas, & R. Sweeder)

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