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chemistry teaching tools

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Date Added to MERLOT: March 09, 2013
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 20, 2013
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Submitter : Francisco Fernandez


This is a site with tools for teachers or students of high school chemistry or biology.  It may even be appropriate for students taking first year chemistry at the college level.  It includes study tools such as powerpoints and practice and review material.

teaching and learning tools

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Primary Audience: High School, College Lower Division
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
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  • Editor Review avg:3 stars
  • User Rating4.5
  • Discussion (5 Comments)
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Avatar for Michael Coelho
47 weeks ago

Michael Coelho (Student)

  This sort of website would be paramount for a beginning chemistry teacher. I also enjoy that this website is open to the public so parents living within the district can see and know exactly what's being taught to their children. Very cool!


Avatar for alissa gonzalez
47 weeks ago

alissa gonzalez (Student)

I like this website. I enjoyed the virtual lab applet. it showed some good ideas about labs, including wet and dry labs. I also liked the test materials it provided. Personally I would like to create my own tests but this would provide some good examples. 

Avatar for Kyle Besecker
48 weeks ago

Kyle Besecker (Student)

Seems like a very good website for chemistry teachers to use as a source for guidance. I am very curious to see how this site will change when the standards beginning transitioning in the future.

Avatar for Joseph Rodrigues
48 weeks ago

Joseph Rodrigues (Student)

This website has it all with Chemistry! From videos, to quizes, to powerpoint presentations regarding material from a specfic Chemistry textbook. Great for beginner Chemistry teachers!

Avatar for Lizzy Tello
48 weeks ago

Lizzy Tello (Student)

Not only a source full of worksheets, quizzes and other materials, but a great example of a class/school website meant to be accessible to teachers, students and parents.  Almost a one-stop shop for high school chemistry class needs!

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