March 2021 | Nuts & BoltsRemote Teaching Strategies that Will Outlast the Pandemic
In this article, the author reflects on four new teaching practices that he has successfully implemented in response to the current remote learning environment, and shares about how these strategies can continue to be valuable in the future.Read more »
November 2020 | Classroom CommentaryOnline Chemistry: My Top Five Ingredients for Success
In this article, the author discusses the five main ingredients that led to success when she was forced by the COVID-19 pandemic to quickly redesign an in-person accelerated summer chemistry course to instead be delivered online. Twenty students participated in the seven-week accelerated class, which covered the same amount of content as an entire school year of chemistry. Their feedback, as well as that of their parents, is included in this article.Read more »
September 2020 | Tech TipsMy Favorite Technology Tools for Teaching Chemistry — Remotely and In-Person
In this article, the author highlights her five favorite technology tools for teaching chemistry, both in-person and remotely. She includes examples and tips for effective use — and encourages teachers to incorporate these tools into their own lessons!Read more »
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March 2021 | Nuts & BoltsChemistry Semester Exam Redesign
November 2020 | Resource FeatureCreative Ways to Conduct Traditional Labs in a Homeschool Environment
November 2020 | Tech TipsRemote Technology Resources in a COVID-19 World
September 2020 | Nuts & BoltsUsing Sketch Notes in the Chemistry Lab
September 2020 | Resource FeatureUsing an Online Meeting Scavenger Hunt to Offer Kinesthetic Learning