Department of Chemistry
and Physics
Radford University
Radford VA 24142

About ChemEd

ChemEd 2009 is a teaching and learning conference where teachers can share teaching experiences, classroom innovations, and laboratory experiments. Keynote speakers will share valuable insights in their fields. Teachers can participate in hands-on workshops or watch chemical demonstrations and learn how to engage students in science. ChemEd conferences typically have 800 to 100 participants arriving from fifty states and fifty countries. Teachers use this conference to meet with colleagues, compare classroom experience, and grow professionally.

Who should attend?


This conference is a must for the following chemical educators:
  • elementary school teachers
  • middle or junior high school teachers
  • high school teachers
  • college and university professors
  • teaching assistants, undergraduate students, and graduate students
  • laboratory coordinators
  • laboratory demonstrators
  • science instructional and curriculum developers and designers
  • science educators
  • school and university administrators
  • anyone with an interest in science education