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MERLOT II


    

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Many computer based learning activities

by Brian Murfin
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Description:

Easy to use in the classroom

A different way of looking at topics without traditional note taking  

Good way to engage students in the beginning of a new topic      

Course:

This will be useful for the entire year for different units of chemistry, as an interactive stimulation.

Interactive periodic table

Allows students to explore fun facts about elements on the periodic table       

Has several short videos on topics of chemistry

For reactions, it shows what is happening without doing a full lab

 

   

Prerequisites:

 Materials used are typically easy to access

Knowlegde about computers will be helpful

Learning Outcomes:

Interactive activities so students can do practice problems on several topics.

Demonstrations simple enough so that students understand

 Teaches chemistry from a different view

Pedagogy Approach:

Fun to use, this will engage students learning in a different way

Simple demonstrations get students excited about learning

During the lesson this can keep students engaged instead of using a traditional PowerPoint

Fun way to learn about several elements

Interactive powerpoint engages students.

                

Assessment Methodology:

 

Can have students share something interesting about an element with the class

Good for reviewing and teaching in a different style

 

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