Poster Gallery

Links to submitted posters 

Poster: Do STEM teachers praise intelligence more than arts/humanities teachers?

Poster: Project M -1000 samples, 100 schools, one great big experiment

Poster: Methods for Assessing Teaching, Education and Science Communication

Poster: Developing a Practical Approach to measure Conceptual Understanding for Active Learning

Poster: Methods of investigating alternative conceptions in NMR

Poster: Exploring teachers’ perception of chemistry outreach

Poster: Eliciting conceptual understanding via chemistry outreach

Poster: Chemical Formulae and Equations as a Social Semiotic Resource

Poster: Analysing Reflective Essays

Poster: Threshold concepts in KS4 Chemistry

Poster: Developing Oracy Skills: a method to improve comprehension and acquisition of the language of chemistry

Poster: Diffusing precipitates

Poster: To what extent do microscale activities help students develop conceptual understanding?

Online Poster Session

This year we would like to trial an online poster session. The idea is that you will prepare a poster or graphic summarising some aspect of your work in chemistry education research: perhaps it could be a summary of some work you have done (with a focus on methods). Or it might be something you have been reading about and want to share it to see if others are interested in the same topic. There are lots of options; the main outcome is that it provides another platform to share your interests and find others who wish to discuss or collaborate with you on those interests. The emphasis is on discussion, either online in advance of the meeting or in the coffee and lunch breaks on the day itself.

Submitting your Poster

Posters should be submitted to michael.seery@ed.ac.uk by 19th April, but they will be published as received, so feel free to send them in advance of that date. They should be sent as a JPG file (use Save As in PowerPoint), along with an accompanying abstract/ description/ discussion topics, depending on how you want people to interact with your poster. Posters will be displayed in a poster gallery on the website. They will remain there in perpetuity unless you instruct me to remove them after 19th May. Please let me know if you need technical assistance in producing the poster.

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