We work to understand how chemistry learning environments could and should engage learners in making sense of intriguing phenomena and designing solutions to societally important problems.
Huge congratulations to ChemLEAP co-developer and rockstar teacher Stacey Balbach for receiving the 2022 James Bryant Conant Award in High School Chemistry Teaching! Way to go Stacey!September 12, 2022
The ChemLEAP team just published a great study exploring the potential of curricular materials to communicate consequential messages about knowledge and knowing to teachers (and students). Check it out!September 5, 2022
Adam Schafer was recently awarded a Mentoring Excellence Award from the UW-Madison Postdoc Association for being a Rockstar mentor. Congrats, Adam!!June 17, 2022
Adam, Cara, Kimberly, Niall, Peter, and Jason were recognized for being amazing at our department’s 2022 Award symposium. Congratulations, everyone!April 29, 2022
You can access many great phenomena-centered high school chemistry resources at our ChemLEAP website. Check it out!April 22, 2022
- More News posts