The 207th 2YC3 Web Site hosted by Florida State College at Jacksonville is temporarily off line.
Below is a summary of the web site's content for 2YC3 travelers and tentative Program.
Within 3 miles from JAX curbside are 22 Hotel/Motels for 2YC3 Travelers all located on Airport Road heading toward I-95. Most provide free shuttle service to and from the airport or to River City Mall just east of I-95.
2YC3 travelers may be able to obtain lower rates through Online Travel websites, but most of these local hotels only have one or two rooms available through those websites for the cheaper rate, so go for it and book now!.
All 22 hotels are North Campus Commercial Partners, but 207th Accommodation's Team suggests two who have blocked rooms at a special conference rate, one high end and one budget priced:
Jacksonville Airport Crowne Plaza: $93 per night plus 13% tax Call: (904) 741-4404 Toll Free:1-877-559-0015
Microtel Airport Inn and Suites: $53 per night plus 13% tax Call: (904) 741-4911
Travelers must provide their own ground transport ion
Florida State College @ Jacksonville's North Campus:
On over a 150 acre wooded area, FSCJ's North Campus has outstanding facilities including the main campus, a sports complex, and the Criminal Justice Center. It is located about 7 miles from
Jacksonville International Airport (JAX)
curbside and between six to seven miles from JAX's 22 hotel/motel row, including a major shopping mall. FSCJ-North is about 8 to 10 miles north of downtown Jacksonville
Call for Proposals:
We would like invite 2YC3 faculty and friends to join us the celebration of the 57th anniversary of the event that rocked the world in 1957: Sputnik (October 4th, 1957). We have selected a theme to take us from 1957 to 2057 through the eyes of the chemical world and faculty who teach chemistry.
We are currently looking for colleagues who would like to contribute to our program by giving a presentation, leading a workshop, or participating in panel discussions.
We especially encourage topics related to our theme:
Since Sputnik Exploring e5th: Entropy, Energy, the Environment, the Extraordinary, and Exodus Earth through Chemistry.
If you would like to present on a different topic, please do not hesitate to submit an abstract, as we encourage as diverse a program as possible.
The abstract should contain the following:
Please submit via email your abstract with any attachments* to John Taylor with cc's to Kathleen Laurenzo and Joe Langat :
TITLE OF PRESENTATION (10 words or less)
Presenter's Name and Title; College/Company/Organization; City, State
Co-Presenter's Name and Title; College/Company/Organization; City, State
ABSTRACT (to be published in Conference Program--max 150 words)
Please describe the purpose of the presentation, its application to the Conference theme and focus or to a different theme/topic.
Standard Break-out session - 45 minutes
Workshop-Multimedia Classroom - 45 minutes
Workshop-Hands-on Computer Lab -45 minutes
Workshop-Multimedia Classroom - 90 minutes
Workshop-Hands-on Computer Lab - 90 minutes
John Taylor John.Taylor@fscj.edu
Kathleen Laurenzo Kathleen.Laurenzo@fscj.edu
Joseph Langat Joe.Langat@fscj.edu
*attachment file format should be either a Word or PDF document. Images should be JPG.
Tentative Program (Few Slots Still Avaialble)
Friday, October 10, 2014
8:00 - 4:00 Refreshments and Exhibits and Poster Contests (Room E-235)
8:00 - 9:00 Registration (Auditorium Atrium) (After 9:15 in E235)
9:00 - 9:15 Campus President's Welcome and Opening Remarks (Auditorium)
Dr. Barbara Darby, North Campus/Nassau Center President
9:15 - 10:15 Keynote Address (Auditorium):
"Reflections on a Career as a Chemistry Educator"
Dr. Kunisi Venkatasubban, University of North Florida
10:15 - 10:30 Refreshment Break and Exhibits (Room E-235)
10:30 - 11:15 2YC3 General Membership Meeting (Auditorium)
11:30 - 12:15 Parallel Presentation Session*
A."Crime Scene Reenactment: How to Forensic your Curriculum" (Room A-171)
B. "Atlas: Active Learning-New Course of Action" (Room A-117)
12:30 - 1:45 Lunch Break and Exhibits (Mallard Room and Room E-235)
2:00 - 3:45 Professional Development and Hands on Workshop (Room A-171)
"Flipping your Chemistry Classroom" (followed by a tour to the Faculty Resource Center)
2:00 - 2:45 Parallel Presentation Sessions*
A. "Vial Organic Chemistry Labs" (Room A-117)
B. "Coupling Technologies for Use in the Classroom"(Room A-286)
3:00 - 3:45 Parallel Presentation Session*
A. "Applications of Benchtop NMR in the Organic Chemistry Curriculum"(A-117)
3:00 - 4:30 REDOX Challenge Contest
B. Faculty Competition (College and High School Divisions) Room A-286
C. Student Competition (College and High School Divisions) Room E-235
6:00 - 8:30 Dinner Banquet and Address
"The Chemistry of the Universe"
Dr. Mike Reynolds (Former "Teacher in Space" Astrount)
Museum of Science & History (MOSH)
Saturday, October 12, 2014
8:30 - 4:00 Exhibits and Refreshments and Poster Contests(Room E-235)
8:30 - 9:00 Registration (Atrium) (After 9:30 Room A171
9:00 - 10:00 Featured Speaker (Auditorium)
"Moving Toward Student-Centered Learning"
Dr. John Suchocki, Saint Michael's College, Colchester VT
10:30 - 12:15 Workshop (Room A-286)
"Developing Assessment for student skills: A Resources for Excellence Workshop" (ACS Representative)
10:30 - 11:15 Parallel Presentation Sessions
A. "Scientific Teaching, Active Learning and Assessment" (Room A-171)
B. "Understanding Classroom Goal Structure and Improving Students' Motivation to Learn" (Room A-117 )
11:30 - 12:15 Parallel Presentation Sessions
A. "Connecting Chemistry: In Lecture and Laboratory" (Room A-171)
B. "Interactive Video Assignments for a Hybrid Class" (Room A-117)
12:30 - 2:00 Lunch Break and Exhibits and Poster Contest (Room E-235)
2:15 - 3:45 Workshop (Room A-286)
"Practical Infusion of Art and Creative Thought in STEM Curricula"
2:15 - 3:00 Parallel Presentation Sessions
A. "Origin ofthe Elements" (Room A117)
B. "Student-Centered Learning Activities in Action" Room A171
3:00-5:30 COCTYC Board Meeting (Conference Room-Building C)