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Looking to convert your chemistry content to a three-dimensional format? Join Sarah English as she provides the process of how she transformed her intermolecular forces, solids and liquids unit to focus on the anchoring phenomenon of water on a penny. Individual models, small group consensus models, question formulation technique (QFT) are highlighted in this 5E approach. Questions and personal experiences are encouraged in this collaborative space!
Dr. Sarah English is a 1995 graduate of the University of Rochester with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a1998 graduate of Niagara University with a Master of Science in Education. She received her PhD in Science Education from the University at Buffalo in 2006. Over the past 23 years, Sarah has taught Living Environment, Regents Chemistry and Advanced Placement Chemistry at Sweet Home high school, was an adjunct professor at the University at Buffalo and Buffalo State College teaching the science methods course and a member of the first cohort of the NYS Master Teacher program. Sarah is vice chairperson, director and chemistry subject area representative (SAR) for the Western Region of the Science Teacher Association of New York State (STANYS). She is passionate about collaborating with fellow chemistry teachers and has presented with local and national organizations such as NSTA and ChemEd X Talks.