College-level Labs That Can be Done in 50 Minutes or Less
December 4th, 7:00 pm ETAttend this free webinar »
Do you need college-level labs that don’t take 2-3 hours? In this webinar, I will describe five meaningful labs that take less than 50 minutes each. These labs will cover the optics, kinetics, hydrolysis, entropy, Ka and Ks
In this article, the author provides a brief overview of the AP and IB Chemistry programs and outlines some similarities and differences between the curriculums, laboratory experiences, and end-of-course exams
Nuts & Bolts
In this article, the author explains the progression of skill development in particulate modeling in the chemistry classroom to help students better understand complex chemistry.
In this animation, students will become familiar with definitions and examples of several broad classifications of matter, including pure substances (elements and compounds) and mixtures (homogeneous and heterogeneous).
News & Updates
New AACT Resources to Help Teach Chemical Equations (November 12, 2019)
In this news post, Kim Duncan, AACT's Sr. Professional Learning Associate, writes about lessons and other activities that could be used in a Chemical Equations unit.
New AACT Resources to Help Teach Chemical Names and Formulas (October 30, 2019)
In this news post, Kim Duncan, AACT's Sr. Professional Learning Associate, writes about lessons and other activities that could be used in a Chemical Names and Formulas unit.
AACT Member Spotlight: Kristen Drury (October 30, 2019)
Every month AACT will spotlight a passionate member who is dedicated to enhancing chemistry inside and outside the classroom. This month we spotlight Kristen Drury from William Floyd High School in Mastic Beach, NY.
Check out these articles from the latest issue:
- The Secret Life of Gold
- Open for Discussion: The Asteroid Next Door
- Cash, Chemistry, and Counterfeit
- The Measure of a Mole
- The Future of Forensics
- Chemistry in Person: Brandon Jones
- Featured Video: We are Made of “Star Stuff”