2006 BCCE

The Biennial Conferences on Chemical Education are the largest gatherings of chemical educators in the world and truly reflect the wide interests and talents of people who teach chemistry in schools, colleges, and universities as well as people at the ACS, in industry, and in government who have an interest in chemical education. What makes a BCCE exciting is the opportunity for people to gather together and share ideas, expertise, and experience with colleagues who are committed to excellence in chemical education.

The program for the 19th BCCE offers a wide variety of workshops, presentations, plenary speakers, keynote speakers, exhibits, and posters, each of which is designed to provide you with new ideas, strategies, and techniques for involving your students in active learning. We are certain you will find activities that will stimulate your interests. You will also find time to reflect and talk with your colleagues, to discuss something that you’ve seen, heard, or done and share your ideas. There will be great social events and things to see and do, and, perhaps, even time to relax. The BCCEs serve as a bridge between how we teach and how our students learn and are truly a great deal for anyone interested in chemical education.

City: 
West Lafayette
State: 
IL
Location: 
Purdue University
Website: 
http://www.chem.purdue.edu/bcce/