ACSME 2020 – Poster Presentations – Wednesday

IMPORTANT NOTICE:   The final program with links and instructions on how to join in the sessions was emailed to participants on Saturday 26th September. 

Wednesday September 30

Teaching approaches - transition#1. Thrown in the deeper end: First year students learning online

Presenter: Louise Ainscough, Judit Kibedi, Kay Colthorpe

#2. From lab to laptop learning: Supporting the rapid transition to online teaching in tertiary science

Presenter: Adrienne Burns

#3. Rapid transition of a large biochemistry course to wholly online learning: how did we do it and how did we do?

Presenter: Maddison Hogg, Justin Paul Ridge

Online events during COVID#1. A new ecosystem of online science: online events as a tool for public engagement in science

Presenter: Olivia Frances McRae, Ellie Downing, Alice Motion, Chiara O'Reilly, Reyne Pullen

#2. Reflections on running a free online conference: ASERA conference online 2020

Presenter: Helen Georgiou, Wendy S Nielsen, David Geelan
Student engagement#1. Student engagement in first year chemistry - online vs face-to-face

Presenter: Anna Miltiadous, Damien Lee Callahan, Madeleine Schultz

#2. Increasing engagement in online learning

Presenter: Linda Ann Galligan

#3. Student engagement through data mapping in an undergraduate environmental chemistry laboratory

Presenter: Shane Michael Wilkinson, Elizabeth J. New, Gregory G. Warr, Adam J. Bridgeman
Teaching approaches - Physics#1. AEQ-Physics: A valid and reliable tool to measure emotions in physics

Presenter: Aesha Bhansali, Elizabeth Angstmann, Manjula Devi Sharma

#2. Back to basics: probing university students’ knowledge foundations of astronomical anatomy

Presenter: Samuel Marr Wait

#3. What makes you say that?

Presenter: Tom Gordon, Helen Georgiou, Manjula Sharma
Teaching approaches - Chemistry#1. Investigating the use of virtual reality in teaching chemistry to undergraduate students

Presenter: Stephen George-Williams, Schmid, Pullen

#2. Combining multimodal representations to scaffold student understanding of dispersion forces

Presenter: Lauren Baade, Efpraxia Kartsonaki, Gwendolyn Angela Lawrie

#3. Teaching organic chemistry remotely: Methods to reduce the distance between experts and students

Presenter: Sebastian Leach, Yaela Golumbic, Alice Motion
Science communication and citizen science#1. Teaching chemistry undergraduates to share their science with the public

Presenter: Hung Phat Duong, Peter J Rutledge, Alice Motion

#2. Sharing science through free and open electronic laboratory notebooks - a GITHUB casestudy

Presenter: Kymberley Rachel Scroggie, Alice Motion

#3. Learning about the complexity of science through citizen science

Presenter: Yaela N Golumbic, Kymberley Scroggie, Hung Phat Duong, Peter Rutledge, Alice Motion

#4. Use of citizen science to engage undergraduate science students in biodiversity assessment

Presenter: Jaime Gongora, Katherine Brittain
Teaching approaches - experiment#1. Understanding development of scientific inquiry through learner expectations of an undergraduate physics laboratory program

Presenter: Gabriel Ha Nguyen

#2. Modelling waves: Integrating technology with modelling and inquiry in an undergraduate physics experiment

Presenter: Srividya Durga Kota, Manjula Devi Sharma

#3. Learning horticulture with take home mushroom kits during the COVID-19 lockdown

Presenter: Daniel Kean Yuen Tan, Anowarul Bokshi, Brian Jones