PRESENTATIONS

Williamson, V.M., & Mawk, E.J. (2012, August). Atoms first lecture: How to adapt to a textbook and laboratory that does not follow this order. Paper presented at the 22nd Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. State College, PA.

Williamson, V.M., Hinze, S., Deslongchamps, G., Shultz M., Williamson, K., & Rapp, D. (2012, August). Electrostatic potential maps: How are these visualizations used in general and organic chemistry textbooks? Paper presented at the 22nd Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. State College, PA.

Hinze, S., Williamson, V.M., Williamson, K., Shultz M., Deslongchamps, G., & Rapp, D. (2012, August). The role of prediction tasks and spatial abilities in the use of macroscopic and particulate representations. Paper presented at the 22nd Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. State College, PA.

Williamson, V.M. (2012, March). Visualizations to promote student understanding: Influences of Loretta Jones. Paper presented at the 243rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. San Diego, CA.

Williamson, V.M. (2011, November) Using visualization techniques in general chemistry. Paper presented at the 67th Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Austin, TX.

Williamson, V.M. (2011, August). Clickers in a large lecture class: Student impressions and perceived learning. Paper presented at the 242nd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Denver, CO.

Williamson, V.M., Hinze, S., Williamson, K., Shultz M., Deslongchamps, G., & Rapp, D. (2011, August). Students’ cognitive processing and comprehension of macroscopic and particulate representations. Paper presented at the 242nd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Denver, CO.

Williamson, V.M., Hinze, S., Williamson, K., Shultz M., Rapp, D., & Deslongchamps, G. (2011, March). Which visualizations are students able to use effectively? Paper presented at the 241st National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Anaheim, CA.

Williamson, V.M. (2010, August). Ten years of OWL:  Impressions and findings. Paper presented at the 21st Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Denton, TX.

Mawk, E.J. & Williamson, V.M. (2010, August). Using screencasts for examination reviews: Student and instructor impressions. Paper presented at the 21st Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Denton, TX.

Williamson, V.M. (2010, April). Evaluation of workshops, effect of visionary grant process on GRC attendees, and visionary grants. Presented at the National Science Foundation during the Future Directions for Visualizations in Science and Education Workshop. Arlington, VA.

Williamson, V.M. (2010, April) Teaching chemistry with visualizations. Presented at the 55th Annual ACS PentaSectional Meeting, Norman, OK.

Williamson, V.M. (2010, March). The particulate nature of matter: How do we make them see? Paper presented at the 239th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. San Francisco, CA.

Williamson, V.M. & Jose, T. J. (August, 2009). Using visualization techniques in chemistry teaching. Paper presented at the 238th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Washington, DC.

Williamson, V.M. (2009, July). ChemSense vs. storyboards: What is the effect on general chemistry students' mental rotation ability, content knowledge, and attitudes? Poster presented at the 2009 Gordon Research Conference on Visualization and Science Education, Oxford, UK.

Watkins, J.T. & Williamson, V.M. (2009, Mar.) Changes in students' spatial ability, content knowledge, and attitudes through the use of storyboards and student-constructed animation in college general chemistry. Paper presented at the 237th ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.

Williamson, V.M. & Mawk, E.J. (2008, July). Creation and use of screencasts for large lecture exam reviews using Macintosh computers: Part 1 & 2. Paper presented at the 20th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Bloomington, IN.

Williamson, V.M. (2008, July). Teaching general chemistry for student understanding: Research findings and teaching techniques. Paper presented at the 20th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Bloomington, IN.

Williamson, V.M. (2008, May). Assessment of 2005 and 07 pre-conference workshops: Suggestions for change & Assessment of 2001/03/05 mini-grant awards: Suggestions for change. Papers presented at the National Science Foundation during the Future Directions for Visualizations in Science and Education Workshop. Arlington, VA.

Williamson, V.M. (2008, March). The particulate nature of matter: The quest for student understanding. Paper presented at the Symposium in honor of Dorothy L. Gable at the 235th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. New Orleans, LA

Mawk, E.J. & Williamson, V.M. (2008, Feb). The Creation & Use of Screencasting For Macs. Paper presented at the Teaching With Technology Conference, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.

Sarvela, T., Williamson, V.M. & MacFarlance, R. (2007, August). Feedback and attitude study of online web-based learning (OWL) in first semester general chemistry. Paper presented at the 234th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Boston, MA.

Gilbreath, T., Williamson, V.M. & MacFarlance, R. (2007, August). The effect of macroscopic and particulate visualizations on student reasoning. Paper presented at the 234th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Boston, MA.

Gilbreath, T., Williamson, V.M. & MacFarlance, R. (2007, July). The effect of macroscopic and particulate visualizations on student reasoning. Poster presented at the 2007 Gordon Research Conference on Visualization and Science Education & Gordon Research Conference on Chemical Education Research and Practice. USA.

Sarvela, T., Williamson, V.M. & MacFarlance, R. (2007, March). Feedback and attitude study of online web-based learning (OWL) in first semester general chemistry. Poster presented at the 233rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Chicago, IL.

Williamson, V.M. (2006, Oct.). Teaching general chemistry for student understanding. Paper presented at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Houston, TX.

Jose, T. & Williamson, V.M. (2006, Oct.). Using visualization techniques in chemistry teaching. Paper presented at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Houston, TX.

Williamson, V.M. (2006, September). A retrospective on 2001, 2003, and 2005: What the data indicates about success. Paper presented at the National Science Foundation during the Future Directions for Visualizations in Science and Education Workshop. Arlington, VA.

Williamson, V.M. (2006, September). Visualization to Promote Conceptual Change. Poster presented at the National Science Foundation during the Future Directions for Visualizations in Science and Education Workshop. Arlington, VA.

Williamson, V.M. & Tate, S. (2006, September). Historical analysis of student performance in junior level chemistry courses. Paper presented at the 232nd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. San Francisco, CA.

Jose, T. & Williamson, V.M. (2006, July). Using visualization techniques to promote mental models in chemistry classrooms. Paper presented at the19th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. West Lafayette, IA.

Williamson, V.M., Chatterjee, S., & Peck, M.L. (2006, July). Students’ perceptions and attitudes towards guided and open inquiry laboratories. Paper presented at the19th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. West Lafayette, IA.

Williamson, V.M., & Shank, P. (2006, March) “That’s what happens”: Exposing students’ mental models of chemistry through drawing and animation. Paper presented at the 231st National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Atlanta, GA.

Williamson, V.M., Simpson, M.J., Ashkenazi, G, Tasker, R. & Williamson, K. (2006, March) Does the order of video demonstrations and animations affect students’ particulate explanations? Paper presented at the 231st National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Atlanta, GA.

Chatterjee, S., Williamson, V.M., & Peck, M.L. (2006, March). Students’ perceptions and attitudes towards guided and open inquiry laboratories. Paper presented at the 231st National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Atlanta, GA.

Chatterjee, S., Williamson, V.M., & Peck, M.L. (2006, March) Teaching chemistry using role-playing techniques. Paper presented at the 231st National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Atlanta, GA.

Williamson, V.M., Velazquez, A, Simpson, M.J., Tasker, R, Ashkenazi, G, Williamson, K. (2005, July). The use of video demonstrations and particulate animations in the chemistry classroom. Poster presented at the 2005 Gordon Research Conference on visualization and science education. Oxford, UK.

Williamson, V.M., Simpson, M.J., Tasker, R, Ashkenazi, G, Williamson, K. (2005, July). Video demonstrations and particulate animations: Predications and reasoning. Poster presented at the 2005 Gordon Research Conference on chemical education research and practice. Connecticut College, CN.

Williamson, V.M. (2005, April). Developing inquiry laboratories. Paper presented at the 53rd National Conference of the National Science Teacher Association. Dallas, TX.

Williamson, V.M., Brown, L (2005, April). Facilitators and Barriers to Teacher Implementation of Molecular Visualization. Paper presented at the 53rd National Conference of the National Science Teacher Association. Dallas, TX.

Williamson, V.M., Brown, L. (2005, March). Effects of college chemistry course on freshman student’s drawings of chemists”. Paper presented at the 229th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. San Diego, CA.

Williamson, V.M., Beckstead, B., Brown, L., Jose, T., & Simpson, M. (2004, November). Molecular visualization in the chemistry classroom. Workshop presented at the Conference for the Advancement of Science Teaching for the Science Teachers Association of Texas. Corpus Christi, TX.

Williamson, V.M. & Rowan, B. (2004, Oct.). Electronic homework in the undergraduate chemistry classroom. Paper presented at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Dallas, TX.

Williamson, V.M. (2004, Oct.). The use of video and molecular animations to induce conceptual change. Paper presented at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Dallas, TX.

Lindsay, L. & Williamson, V.M. (2004, Oct.). Teaching assistant attitudes and concerns relevant to a laboratory innovation implementation. Paper presented at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Dallas, TX.

Talkmitt, M. & Williamson, V.M. (2004, Oct.). Too hot to handle. Paper presented at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Dallas, TX

Beckstead, B. & Williamson, V.M. (2004, Oct.). Students’ perceived benefits of learning chemistry from a conceptually-based approach. Paper presented at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Dallas, TX

Williamson, V.M., Jose, T., & Simpson, M (2004, Oct.). Creating the collective. Paper presented at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Dallas, TX.

Williamson, V.M., Lindsey, L., & Mealey, G. (2004, August). TA training for inquiry-based laboratories. Paper presented at the 228th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Philadelphia, PA.

Williamson, V.M., & Mealey, G. (2004, July). Evaluation of teaching assistant training for an inquiry-based general chemistry laboratory. Paper presented at the18th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Ames, IA.

Lindsey, L. & Williamson, V.M. (2004, July). Teaching assistant attitudes and concerns relevant to a laboratory innovation implementation. Paper presented at the18th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Ames, IA.

Jose, T., Restivo, E. & Williamson, V.M. (2004, July). Measurement of student attitude and understanding in the chemistry classroom: Investigation of the solubility of ionic compounds using molecular visualization. Paper presented at the18th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Ames, IA.

Jose, T. & Williamson, V.M. (2004, July). The effects of an intensive course on molecular visualization on teachers’ content knowledge, spatial ability, and attitude. Paper presented at the18th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Ames, IA.

Williamson, V.M. (2004, March). Effects of molecular visualization training on teachers’ attitudes, content knowledge, and spatial ability. Paper presented at the 227th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Anaheim, CA.

Williamson, V.M., Ashkenazi, G. & Tasker, R. (2003, July). Visualization to promote conceptual change. Paper presented at the 2003 Gordon Research Conference on visualization in science and education. Oxford, UK.

Williamson, V.M., McKee, E., & Peck, L. (2003, March). Use of a demonstration laboratory in teaching chemistry. Paper presented at the 225th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. New Orleans, LA.

Williamson, V.M., Brown, L., & Peck, L. (2003, March). Facilitators and barriers to teacher implementation of molecular visualizations. Paper presented at the 225th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. New Orleans, LA.

Williamson, V.M. (2003, March). Inquiry-based laboratory manuals. Paper presented at the 225th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. New Orleans, LA.

Jose, T.J., Restivo, E., & Williamson, V.M. (2003, March). Measurement of student attitude and understanding inn the chemistry classroom: Investigation of the solubility of ionic compounds using molecular visualization. Paper presented at the 225th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. New Orleans, LA.

Pasos, J., Williamson, V.M, Peck, L, & Williamson, K.C. (2003, March). Comparison of achievement in the use of static, dynamic, and interactive visualization tools. Paper presented at the 225th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. New Orleans, LA.

Williamson, V.M. & Jose, T. (2003, Feb.) Using the OWL electronic homework system. A paper at the 57th Annual Convention of the Texas Community College Teachers Association.

Williamson, V.M. (2002, July). Moving towards inquiry laboratories. Paper at the17th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Bellingham, WA.

Williamson, V.M.& Williamson, K.C. (2002, July). Effects of explicitness on mental model building. Paper at the17th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Bellingham, WA.

Williamson, V.M. (2002, July). The effects of a molecular visualization workshop for high school teachers. Paper presented at the17th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Bellingham, WA.

Williamson, V.M., Pasos, J., Lindsay, L., Jose, T., Brown, L., & Brode, D. (2002, July). Paper set: Molecular Visualization Five papers presented at the17th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Bellingham, WA.

Brown, L., Williamson, V.M., & Peck, M.L. (2002, July). Facilitators and barriers to teacher implementation of molecular visualization. Paper presented at the17th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Bellingham, WA.

Pasos, J., & Williamson, V.M. (2002, July). Comparison of achievement in interactive vs dynamics vs static learning approaches. Paper presented at the17th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Bellingham, WA.

Jose, T.J., & Williamson, V.M. (2002, July). Changes in attitude and behavior of participants at a workshop on molecular visualization. Paper presented at the17th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Bellingham, WA.

Brode, D.L. & Williamson, V.M. (2002, July). Images of scientists. Paper presented at the17th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Bellingham, WA.

Walker, D.R., Williamson, V.M., & Yenello, S. (2000, April). Web-based Introductory Chemistry Module: A Field-Test. Referred paper presented at the 73rd Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. New Orleans, LA.

Williamson, V.M. (2002, April). The effects of a molecular visualization workshop for high school teachers. Paper presented at the 223rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Orlando, FL.

Huffman, J., & Williamson, V.M. (2002, April). Testing students’ use of particulate terms. Paper presented at the 223rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Orlando, FL.

Jose, T.J., & Williamson, V.M. (2002, April). Changes in attitude and behavior of participants at a workshop on molecular visualization. Paper presented at the 223rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Orlando, FL.

Jose, T.J., Williamson, V.M, & Peck, M.L. (2002, April). Use of molecular visualization in the classroom: a review of the literature. Paper presented at the 223rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Orlando, FL.

Lindsay, L.L., Williamson, V.M, & Peck, M.L. (2002, April). Evolution of chemistry curriculum. Paper presented at the 223rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Orlando, FL.

Brode, D.L. & Williamson, V.M. (2002, April). Drawing scientists: A literature survey. Paper presented at the 223rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Orlando, FL.

Williamson, V.M., Peck, M.L., & Jose, T.J. (2002, January). Molecular visualization on-line module. Poster presented at the Regents’ Initiative for Excellence in Education Texas A&M University Collaborative Research Conference, College Station, TX.

Williamson, V.M. (2001, Oct.). Chemical education courses from Texas A & M University. Paper presented at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. San Antonio, TX.

Williamson, V.M. & Pasos, J, Lindsay, L, Jose, T, & Brode, D. (2001, Oct.). Paper set: Molecular Visualization; Four papers presented at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. San Antonio, TX.

Williamson, V.M. (2001, August). New pedagogies for teaching large lecture classes at Texas A&M University. Paper presented at the 222nd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Chicago, IL.

Jose, T.J. & Williamson, V.M. (2001, August). Evaluation of the NSF workshop on molecular Visualization in Science Education. Poster presented at the 222nd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Chicago, IL.

Williamson, V.M. & Jose, T.J. (2001, August). Evaluation of the NSF workshop on molecular Visualization in Science Education. Poster presented at the 2001 Gordon Research Conference on science education and visualization. Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA.

Mason, D., Williamson, V.M., & Walker, D.R. (2001, March). Master-level programs in chemical education. Paper presented at the 221st National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. San Diego, CA.

Williamson, V.M. (2001, March). Changes in freshman chemistry: A move towards inquiry-based laboratories. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education 53rd Annual Meeting. Dallas, TX.

Williamson, V.M. (2000, August). Group problem solving vs. lecture in college-level quantitative analysis. 16th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Ann Arbor, MI.

Williamson, V.M. (2000, April). Group problem solving vs. lecture in college level quantitative analysis. Interactive poster session presented at the 73rd Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. New Orleans, LA.

Walker, D.R., Williamson, V.M., & Yenello, S. (1999, August). Web-based introductory chemistry module: A Field-Test. Paper presented at the 218th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. New Orleans, LA.

Williamson, V.M., & Cracolice, M.S. (1998, August). Computer animation, mental modeling, and algorithmic - conceptual equilibrium problem solving of college chemistry students. Paper presented at the 15th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Waterloo, ON, CA.

Williamson, V.M. (1998, April). Year three of a science research/education experience for teachers. Referred paper presented at the 71st Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. San Diego, CA.

Williamson, V.M. (1997, April). The effect of a research/education experience on teachers' attitudes towards science and process skills. Referred paper presented at the 70th Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Oakbrook, IL.

Williamson, V.M. (1996, November). Teaching chemistry conceptually. Paper presented at the 96th Annual Convention of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Little Rock, AR.

Williamson, V.M., & et al. (all teacher participants from Eisenhower grant) (1996, October). Natural science learning cycles for grades 2-3; 4-5; and 6-8. Three presentations at the Annual Meeting of the Illinois Science Teachers Association. Chicago, IL.

Williamson, V.M. (1996, October). Teaching chemistry conceptually. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Illinois Science Teachers Association. Chicago, IL.

Williamson, V.M., & Jones, M.A. (1996, August). Peer assisted project for enhancing elementary science. Paper presented at the 14th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Clemson, SC.

Williamson, V.M., & Jones, M.A. (1996, August). Peer assisted project for enhancing elementary science. Paper presented at the 4th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Clemson, SC.

Williamson, V.M., & Abraham, M.A. (1996, August). Computer animation and the understanding and misconceptions of college chemistry Students. Paper presented at the 14th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. Clemson, SC.

Williamson, V.M., & Cracolice, M.S. (1996, May). Mental modeling, computer animation, and problem solving with general chemistry students. Paper presented at the 29th Annual Great Lakes Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Normal, IL.

Williamson, V.M., & Jones, M.A. (1996, May). Peer assisted project for enhancing elementary science. Paper presented at the 29th Annual Great Lakes Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Normal, IL.

Williamson, V.M., & Cracolice, M.S. (1996, April). Computer animation, mental modeling, and algorithmic and conceptual equilibrium problem solving of college chemistry students. Referred paper presented at the 69th Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. St. Louis, MO.

Williamson, V.M., Cracolice, M.S., Poelker, B., Rogers, L.N., Westbrook, S.L. (1996, March) Learning Cycles, Hands-on, and the National Standards: Are there differences? A panel presentation at the 1996 National Convention of the National Science Teachers Association at St. Louis, MO.

Williamson, V.M., & et al. (all teacher participants from scientific literacy grant) (1995, September). Natural science learning cycles for grades 2-3; 4-5; and 6-8. Three presentations at the Annual Meeting of the Illinois Science Teachers Association. Springfield, IL.

Williamson, V.M. (1995, September). The learning cycle, integration, and the national standards. Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Illinois Science Teachers Association. Springfield, IL.

Williamson, V.M., & Cracolice, M.S. (1995, August). The effects of computer animation on the algorithmic and conceptual equilibrium problem solving of college chemistry students. Paper presented at the 210th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Chicago, IL.

Williamson, V.M., & Williamson, K.C. (1995, April). The effects of verbal explicitness on college chemistry students' mental model building. Paper presented at the 68th Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. San Francisco, CA.

Fisher, R.L., Williamson, V.M., Penick, J.E., Westbrook, S.L., & Wright, E.L. (1995, April). Integrated learning: Can it, should it, be done. Symposium presented at the 68th Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. San Francisco, CA.

Williamson, V.M., & Cracolice, M.S. (1994, November). Physical science in the elementary school: How do we overcome the obstacles. Workshop presented at the Regional Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Minneapolis, MN.

Jones, M.A., Weldon, S.L., Baur, M., Williamson, V.M., Goldberg, K., & Deluca, J. (1994, August). Expanding your horizons-What chemists can do to participate in this conference for middle school girls in math and science. Paper presented at the at the 208th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Washington, D.C.

Williamson, V.M., & Fisher, R.L. (1994, April). Formative evaluation of an integrated mathematics, science, and technology (IMaST) program for seventh grade. Referred paper presented at the 67th Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Anaheim, CA.

Cracolice, M.S., & Williamson, V.M. (1994, April). Hands-on is not enough: Using the learning cycle to teach elementary science. Paper presented at the 42nd National Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Anaheim, CA.

Williamson, V.M., & Cracolice, M.S. (1994, April). Making hands-on elementary science more effective: Transforming traditional science into learning-cycle science. Workshop presented at the 42nd National Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Anaheim, CA.

Williamson, V.M., Westbrook, S.L., Fisher, R.L., & Rogers, L.N. (1994, April). Integrating science with mathematics and technology. Panel presentation at the 42nd National Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Anaheim, CA.

Williamson, V.M., & Abraham, M.R. (1993, April). The effects of computer animation on the algorithmic and conceptual equilibrium problem solving of college chemistry students. Paper presented at the 66th Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Atlanta, GA.

Williamson, V.M., & Cracolice, M.S. (1993, April). Physical science: Alive and well in elementary school. Workshop presented at the 41st National Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Kansas City, MO.Cracolice, M.S., & Williamson, V.M. (1992, October). The one computer classroom: Using a Macintosh in a science classroom even if you have no computer experience. Paper presented at the Joint NSTA and CAST-92 Convention. Fort Worth, TX.

Williamson, V.M., & Abraham, M.R. (1992, March) The effects of computer animation emphasizing the particulate nature of matter on the understandings and misconceptions of college chemistry students. Paper presented at the 65th Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Boston, MA.

Williamson, V.M., & Cracolice, M.S. (1992, February). The development and use of computer animations in general chemistry. Paper presented at the 36th Pentasectional Meeting of the Oklahoma American Chemical Society. Bartlesville, OK.

Williamson, V.M., Abraham, M.R., & Westbrook, S.L. (1991, April). A cross-age study of five chemistry concepts, Paper presented at the 64th Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Lake Geneva, WI.

Williamson, V.M. (1990). A cross-age study of five chemistry concepts. Poster Session Competition, Graduate Student Recognition Day, Univ of Okla.

Williamson, V.M. (1977, Spring). Analysis of teaching methods. Paper presented to visiting teachers at the High School Visitation Day, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Oklahoma.

OTHER PRESENTATIONS

IMaST PRESENTATIONS

Over 45 presentations of the Integrated Mathematics, Science, and Technology program focusing on development, integration, constructivism, national science standards, and assessment at regional and national meetings of the National Science Teachers Association, at national meetings of School Science and Mathematics Association, at science teacher meetings in various states, and at workshops and meetings of various groups. (1993-1996)

NSTA

Williamson, V.M. (1996, November). . Paper presented at the Area Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Toronto, CA.

Williamson, V.M. (1996, November). Methodologies of inquiry teaching in exploration, discussion, and application/expansion. Paper presented at the Area Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Atlanta, GA.

Williamson, V.M. (1996, October). Assessment in learning cycle classrooms. Paper presented at the Area Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Phoenix, AR.

Williamson, V.M. (1995, December). Assessment of integrated learning. Paper presented at the Area Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. San Antonio, TX.

Williamson, V.M., & Fisher, R.L. (1995, November). Integrated learning and assessment. Paper presented at the Area Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Baltimore, Maryland.

Williamson, V.M. (1995, March). Integrating science with mathematics and technology. Paper presented at the 43rd National Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Philadelphia, PA.

Williamson, V.M. (1994, November). Science in a real context. Workshop presented at the Regional Convention of the National Science Teachers Association. Minneapolis, MN.

SSMA

Williamson, V.M. (1996, November). Integration with mathematics, science, and technology? IMaST. Workshop presented at the 96rd Annual Convention of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Little Rock, AR.

Shook, S.A., & Williamson, V.M. (1995, November). Assessment for integrated mathematics, science, and technology. Workshop presented at the 95th Annual Convention of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Williamsburg, Va.

Williamson, V.M., & Shook, S.A. (1995, November). IMaST: Integrating mathematics, science, and technology. Two hour workshop presented at the 95th Annual Convention of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Williamsburg, Va.

Williamson, V.M., & Fisher, R.L. (1994, October). How can integration between mathematics, science, and technology take place? IMaST! Two hour workshop presented at the 94th Annual Convention of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Fresno, California.

Williamson, V.M., & Fisher, R.L. (1994, October). IMaST: Integrating mathematics, science, and technology. 1/2 day workshop presented at the 94th Annual Convention of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Fresno, California.

Williamson, V.M. (1993, October). IMaST: Integrating mathematics, science, and technology. Poster presented at the 93rd Annual Convention of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Alexandria, Louisiana.

ISTA

Williamson, V.M., & Fisher, R.L. (1993, October). Integrated mathematics, science, and technology. Two hour workshop presented at the Annual Convention of the Illinois Science Teachers Association. Collinsville, Illinois.

Williamson, V.M. (1996, October). The learning cycles, integration, and the National Standards. Workshop presented at the Annual Convention of the Illinois Science Teachers Association. Chicago, Illinois.

OTHER IMaST

Williamson, V.M. (1995, May). The learning cycle and science standards. Presentation at a project Connect meeting.

Williamson, V.M., Shea, T.A., Shook, S.A., & Hovde, R.L. (1994). IMaST. Presentation at the Phi Delta Kappa meeting.

(1993, June-July) Five Week IMaST Design Team Workshop

(1993, August) Two Day Teacher Workshop

(1994, June-July) Four Week IMaST Design Team Workshop

(1994, May) Pilot Test IMaST Teacher Debrief, L.C., Waste Management

(1994, August) Five Day IMaST Teacher Workshop, Field Test, L.C.

(1995, August) Five Day IMaST Design Team Workshop

(1995, December) One Day IMaST Intro Workshop

(1997, February 7) Folwell School, Minneapolis