The Biennial Conference on Chemical Education (BCCE) is a national meeting sponsored by the Division of Chemical Education (DivCHED) of the American Chemical Society (ACS). The conference is designed for those who teach chemistry at all levels: K-12, secondary school science teachers, undergraduate students, graduate students and post-secondary chemistry faculty.
The conference provides chemistry educators with opportunities for interacting with colleagues at all levels in formal and informal settings. Instructors who are new to chemistry education and those who have years of teaching experience will find this conference to be an excellent source of materials, techniques and chemistry content.
The BCCE helps educators make connections with colleagues and friends who are dedicated to teaching chemistry. All chemistry educators are invited to share what works in their classrooms by submitting a workshop proposal, a symposium topic or abstracts for presentations.
You do not have to be a member of the American Chemical Society or the ACS Division of Chemical Education to attend or present at the BCCE. To submit an abstract to present a paper or poster at the 26th BCCE one must have an ACS ID number to access the ACS MAPS website. If you are not a current member of the ACS, you may obtain an ACS ID number without incurring a fee and without becoming a member of the ACS.
The 26th BCCE program will be available in a digital format on the ACS Meetings & Events App. The entire program of workshops, symposia, poster sessions, plenary speakers, exhibits, list of presenters, list of attendees, updates, session room changes, announcements, etc. will be available on this app. The ACS Meetings & Events App will help you build your conference schedule. It helps to have an ACS ID number.