Developing Learning Communities in the Chemical Sciences
We cordially invite you to participate in the 23rd IUPAC International Conference on Chemistry Education to be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from 13-18 July, 2014. This will be the first time since 1989 that this conference has come to Canada.
The theme of the conference is communications. Our goal is to investigate how best to forge global links in the chemistry teaching and learning communities and to consider best practices in exploiting technological advances in communications in order to establish innovative learning partnerships. Symposia will focus on communication amongst chemistry professionals, educators, students and the lay community.
Symposia and workshops that support these themes are solicited. Your ideas are key to making ICCE2014 a productive and successful event. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the development of the conference program.
The conference will consist of plenary lectures, submitted oral and poster presentations, panel discussions, roundtable discussions as well as an exhibition. Recently renovated, state-of-the art laboratories at the University of Toronto are available for practical workshops.
We look forward to welcoming the global chemical education community to Canada.
Andrew Dicks, Co-Chair
Judith Poë, Co-Chair
Travel and Accommodations
six general conference themes
Communicating across the Educational Levels
Outreach to the Lay Community
International Student Learning Communities
Technological Support of Chemistry Learning and Learning Communities
Greening Attitudes in Chemistry Education
|Jan. 31 2014||registration opens|
|Feb. 21 2014||deadline for abstract submission|
|Mar. 2014||notice of abstract acceptance|
|May 15 2014||deadline for early registration fees|
|May 2014||workshop registration opens|
|June 2014||workshop sign-up is now open|
|July 13-18 2014||ICCE 2014|