The Role of the Journal of Chemical Education in Teaching and Learning

The Journal of Chemical Education (JCE) has a long history of supporting chemistry instructors with high quality information. The journal is  a world leader in the publication of primary research on chemical education, as well as a source of many practical ideas for teaching chemistry. JCE provides both broad and deep coverage of teaching and learning the central science. An upcoming free webinar presentation will provide a brief outline of the history and structure of JCE, as well as provide examples of exemplary high school level content and how teachers have used it. It will also show attendees how to best take advantage of the new American Association of Chemistry Teachers benefit of 25 free ACS downloads.

Join us on October 18 at 7 pm ET for a free webinar with the following presenters:

  • Norbert Pienta, Editor in Chief, Journal of Chemical Education
  • Deanna Cullen, Associate Editor, Journal of Chemical Education

The American Association of Chemistry Teachers (AACT) is a professional community by and for K–12 teachers of chemistry. Take advantage of AACT’s benefits to connect with peers, discover quality classroom resources, and achieve your professional goals. Membership is open to educators and anyone with an interest in K–12 chemistry education.

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