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December 2007

The Nobel PrizeEducational Games

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You don't have to be a genius to understand the work of the Nobel Laureates. These games and simulations, based on Nobel Prize-awarded achievements, will teach and inspire you while you're having FUN! Students, teachers and non-professionals of all ages will enjoy testing and building their knowledge in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, peace and economics. So, go ahead, Explore and Learn!

November 2007

Chemistry in Context: Student website for Chemistry

In the Classroom: Use the key term lists and glossary (found at the start of every chapter), and tutorials to review in your advanced high school chemistry class (and even in some lower level chemistry classes). The interactive tutorials are perfect for a projection screen, cooperative learning groups, or independent study and review. Share the link on your teacher web page for students who might benefit from an "alternate" re-teaching of a topi

September 2007

Genesis Education: Modeling the Periodic Table Interactive Simulation

In the 19th century Dmitri Mendeleev organized the known elements by their characteristics and atomic weights. His creation evolved into what we now call the periodic table. We use it regularly, but what would it be like to construct that model from scratch? What if you had to group elements by their characteristics and place them on a table close to the other elements in their group, while at the same time logically arranging the atomic weights? What decisions would you make? What would it be like... to be Mendeleev?

The Rota Period | Rotas Period | A new periodic table

A different kind of periodic table--all interactive. There is a pdf for an explanation.

May 2007

Chemistry Powerpoints

Free powerpoints to download for chemistry teachers

March 2007

The pH Factor

The pH Factor is designed as a resource to help elementary and middle school teachers introduce acids and bases to their students. Materials are organized using a conceptual framework called the Seven E's: Excite, Explore, Explain, Expand, Extend, Exchange, and Examine. This model can be used in a linear fashion or each E can stand alone. Each E contains an intercactive screen and lesson plans. The interactive screens can be used directly in the classrooms, either with individual students or groups. The lesson plans are designed to be read by teachers and modified to fit their specific classroom needs. From the Miami Museum of Science-

October 2005

ASE Chemwars

Video clips of displacement reactions shown with an animation of a Sumo wrestling contest. Students predict the outcome chemical reactions. Designed by a chemistry teacher.Unique and memorable for students!

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