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View Resource Chemistry PowerPoint Lessons and Instructional Materials

Before becoming an author, Jeremy Schneider was a chemistry teacher. Over the past several years he has placed a number of helpful instructional resources here on his site. These particular resources cover atomic structure, quantum mechanics, atomic size, bonding, and several dozen additional topics. Visitors can browse through these resources at their leisure and each topic area includes a brief...

View Resource ChemEd DL

The Chemistry Educational Digital Library (ChemEd DL) was created to serve as a "destination for digital content intended for chemical science education." The partners responsible for this digital portal include the National Science Digital Library (NSDL), the Journal of Chemical Education, and The Chemistry Collective. The homepage has sections that are titled with playful directives: "Observe!"...

View Resource Science at a Distance: E-Learning Modules

Professor John Blamire has crafted this very fine set of online learning modules for students interested in learning about everything from the properties of proteins to Mendelian genetics. First-time visitors should take a look at the video introduction created by Professor Blamire. This introduction tells visitors about the layout of the site and the resources they will find here. Each of the...

View Resource ChemTutor

From reactions to the world of acids and bases, the study of chemistry can present certain unique challenges to all types of students. Fortunately, there are helpful sites like ChemTutor. As their site mentions, ChemTutor "begins with the fundamentals and gives expert help with the most difficult phases of understanding your first course in chemistry." The site's layout is quite straightforward,...

View Resource Reactions in Chemistry

This Annenberg/CPB website offers a video workshop for high school chemistry and physical science teachers. After completing the free registration, users can gain insight on new, revolutionary approaches to teaching chemistry by viewing eight one-hour videos. The chemistry topics covered include Energetics and Dynamics, the Chemistry of Life, and Chemistry and the Environment. The workshops are a...

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