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Using Educreations App on the iPad To Interact with Students

Sat, 04/05/2014 - 05:06 -- Lowell Thomson

In this post I'll describe how I use an iPad App, Educreations, to interact with my students in a few different scenarios. First, I use it to answer questions sent to me by email. Second, I use it to create simple help videos for students relating to our work.

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Chemistry in Past and New Science Frameworks and Standards: Gains, Losses, and Missed Opportunities

Fri, 04/04/2014 - 19:35 -- Greg Rushton
I've read this recent JCE article a couple times and have been thinking about its potential impact on our K12 community as we begin to consider the challenges and the opportunities associated with the
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Using Twitter for a Backchannel Chat During a Fish Bowl Discussion

Sat, 03/29/2014 - 08:14 -- Lowell Thomson

In a previous post, I discussed the work of my grade 10 class as we read the non-fiction story, The Case of the Frozen Addicts. We've continued working our way through the book, taking one class every two weeks to delve into the issues presented. Just this week, we engaged in a fish-bowl discussion. To help steer the discussion, I started the class with a quick warm-up activity asking students to suggest topics or questions that they would want to talk through in the fish bowl.

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JCE 91.03—March 2014 Issue Highlights

Fri, 03/14/2014 - 14:36 -- Mary Saecker
Journal of Chemical Education March 2014 Cover

Teaching Chemistry and Making a Difference
The March 2014 issue of the Journal of Chemical Education is now available online to subscribers at http://pubs.acs.org/toc/jceda8/91/3. The March issue features: changing the curriculum to make connections, forensic chemistry, computer-based learning, hands-on activities and labs for introductory chemistry, teaching physical chemistry, organic and biochemistry labs, and the mole concept.

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Compound Interest

Tue, 03/04/2014 - 21:09 -- Doug Ragan

Have you ever been curious about the chemistry of a lemon? What about the chemical structures of adrenaline, dopamine, or serotonin? Would you like to share with your students the elements that make up their smartphone? Or what how about a beautiful “infographic” representing each of the families of the periodic table? Then Compound Interest at www.compoundchem.com has you covered and then some.

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Socratic Questioning (Whiteboarding Part II)

Sun, 03/02/2014 - 13:26 -- Erica Posthuma-Adams

In my last article I described several different strategies you could use in your classroom to integrate the use of whiteboards. Whiteboarding can be a powerful tool for increasing student engagement when it is implemented well. The success of a whiteboarding activity greatly depends on how well the instructor focuses the student interaction and guides the discussion.

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