Resource FeatureThe Chemistry Close Read
High school chemistry teacher Jenelle Ball joins forces with an English teacher and a librarian to successfully implement an English class reading technique in a chemistry class.
Lessons by teachers with their inspiration for the activity or tips for how to implement the lesson.
How do you make stoichiometry calculations easier for students to understand? This teacher describes a process of using visual cues in combination with a step-by-step problem solving method to guide students.
Reflections and perspectives by teachers about topics that affect chemistry education.
Throughout his 35-year teaching career, this teacher found success in active learning, particularly through modeling chemistry pedagogy. Read how his teaching evolved by incorporating new techniques, strategies, and ideas.
Nuts & Bolts
Functional tips you can implement in your classroom.
Do you have an unlimited budget for your classroom? Learn tips for maximizing your teaching resources and supplies, while minimizing cost.
Round Robin: A Collaborative Problem-Solving Tool
Try this this problem solving activity that provides the opportunity for students to learn from each other in a cooperative manner.
Minimizing Error in a Stoichiometry Lab
A student suggests an alternative method to minimize the error in an exciting stoichiometry experiment.
How to incorporate technology into your chemistry classroom.
An instructional guide for teachers who want to use the Google App, Google Drawings, in their classroom.
Connecting Chemistry Students with Practicing Professionals
Learn how to leverage a virtual platform to connect your students to practicing professionals.
In My Element
Stories about teachers finding their way to the chemistry classroom.
Elliot Richman shares ways in which he tries to make chemistry less remote, less abstract, and more approachable for his students, including interdisciplinary projects and real world applications.
Teacher 2 Teacher
What's one inspiring thing you learned from a chemistry teacher?
You answered on Twitter:
Nothing will ever go as planned, and that's okay. You can still learn something from the experience.
Never stop asking questions!
That I should never be fearful of trying something different.
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