Free Virtual Lessons from ACS Websites middleschoolchemistry.com and inquiryinaction.org
WEBINAR (1 hour) recorded March 4, 2021
Are you a K-8 science teacher who is teaching virtually or on a hybrid schedule? Explore new, free virtual lessons based on the popular resources "Middle School Chemistry" and "Inquiry in Action" from the American Chemical Society. These lessons are accessible by teachers in editable Google Forms, to be distributed to students who need to conduct the lessons remotely.
Lessons include videos of phenomena and investigations, and animations that explain observations on the molecular level. Based on their observations and information from the animations, students answer questions and draw evidence-based conclusions.
Inquiry in Action Google forms are intended for late elementary and early middle school students. The Middle School Chemistry Google forms are appropriate for 6th through 8th grade, as well as introductory high school chemistry.
Laura Celik, 7th and 8th Grade Science Teacher, Princeton Charter School, NJ and James Kessler, K-8 Program Manager, American Chemical Society
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2021, 7:00 pm ET