2017 Workshop Schedule

DAY 1 THURSDAY EVENING: WELCOME!

 

After 4:00 pm

CHECK-IN

DoubleTree​ ​Resort​ ​by​ ​Hilton​ ​Lancaster​ ​
2400​ ​Willow Street​ ​Pike,​ ​Lancaster,​ ​PA​ ​17602

5:00

DEPART

Meet at the hotel at 5:00 PM to drive together

5:30

DINNER AND WELCOME

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

781 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster

 

Evening session: DoubleTree Resort

7:45

Introductions

8:15

Introduction to Learning Object (LO) design using Understanding by Design – Shirley Lin, United States Naval Academy

HOMEWORK

Review papers for literature discussions

 

 

DAY 2 FRIDAY:          THE INORGANIC COURSE; LITERATURE DISCUSSIONS

 

 

262 LSP Building

7:45 AM

DEPART Hotel to travel to F&M

8:00 AM

BREAKFAST – Continental breakfast

8:30 AM

Daily preview, Getting everyone settled in and connected to technology – Kate Plass, Franklin & Marshall College

8:45 AM

Getting your foundation class up and running - What is inorganic chemistry? How do we design a course? – Barb Reisner, James Madison University

9:05 AM

What do we teach in inorganic chemistry? What particular challenges do we face at our institutions? (group breakouts and report what you learned from others)

9:45 AM

BREAK

 

10:00 AM

 

 

How do you bring the literature into your class - a conversation  – Hilary Eppley, DePauw University

 

 

10:30 AM

 

Choosing papers & developing literature discussion LOs  – Chip Nataro, Lafayette College

 

11:00 AM

 

Literature discussion – Synthesis of a Stable Compound with Fivefold Bonding Between Two Chromium(I) Centers – Hilary and Chip

 

Optional: VIPEr “how to” and basics for newer users (extends through lunch)

12:00 PM

LUNCH – Espino’s pizza lunch at F&M

1:00 PM

Developing literature discussion learning objectives and answer key

2:00 PM

The literature discussion LO and problem set LOs: Elements, commenting, favorite-ing – Shirley

2:30 PM

BREAK

2:45 PM

Small group work
Development of literature discussion LO and Assessment Question

LSP 143A Stable Monomeric SiO2 Complex with Donor-Acceptor Ligands

LSP 256 R3C-H®SiFR3 Agostic Interaction

LSP 257 Surfactant-Controlled Polymerization of Semiconductor Clusters …

LSP 258…Synthesis of Metastable Wurtzite-Type CoS and MnS

LSP 262A stable compound of helium and sodium at high pressure

 

5:30 PM

 

Tour of F&M – Kate

6:10 PM

DEPART for dinner

6:30 PM

DINNER

Stockyard Inn

1147 Lititz Pike, Lancaster

HOMEWORK

All Participants
Continued development of LOs for morning presentation
(groups may arrange to meet)

 

 

 

 

DAY 3 SATURDAY:   LITERATURE DISCUSSIONS AND FUTURE IONiC WORK

 

 

Science (bonus points for chemistry) Shirt Day - optional

 

262 LSP Building

7:45 AM

CHECK OUT AND DEPART Hotel to travel to F&M

8:00 AM

BREAKFAST – Continental breakfast

8:30 AM

Morning welcome & preview – Chip

8:35 AM

Small group work
Development of literature discussion LO and Assessment Question

LSP 143A Stable Monomeric SiO2 Complex with Donor-Acceptor Ligands

LSP 256R3C-H®SiFR3 Agostic Interaction

LSP 257 Surfactant-Controlled Polymerization of Semiconductor Clusters …

LSP 258…Synthesis of Metastable Wurtzite-Type CoS and MnS

LSP 262A stable compound of helium and sodium at high pressure

10:00 AM

Group Picture

10:15 AM

BREAK

10:30 AM

Final posting to VIPEr

11:00 AM

Mini literature discussion presentations (each group leads a 20 min class on their lit discussion from the group with 20 min of feedback)
We will work through lunch

11:30 AM

LUNCH – Isaac’s Deli lunch at F&M

1:00 PM

About the Grand Teaching Experiment and the Lab Survey – Barb

2:00 PM

Challenges at your institution (removing roadblocks and learning from each other) – Chip

2:45 PM

Workshop evaluations – Barb

3:00 PM

DEPART or optional group activity

6:30 PM

Optional, no-host DINNER

Barbaret Bistro

26 E King St, Lancaster