Chemical Bonding – It’s Not About the Octet!
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2M ago
Why do atoms bond? Students, when asked this question, will often answer – to complete an octet of valence electrons. Their understanding of the concept of bonding is based on the idea that atoms ‘need’ a complete octet in its outer energy level. But, why do atoms need eight (or two) electrons in the outer […] The post Chemical Bonding – It’s Not About the Octet! appeared first on Chemistry Corner ..read more
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Enhancing High School Chemistry Class with Doodle Notes
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by ChemistryCornerTeam
4M ago
High school chemistry classes can often be challenging for students due to the complex nature of the subject. However, an innovative and effective teaching tool that benefits both teachers and students is the use of doodle notes. Doodle notes combine visual learning with traditional note-taking, making it a powerful method for comprehending and retaining complex […] The post Enhancing High School Chemistry Class with Doodle Notes appeared first on Chemistry Corner ..read more
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11 Innovative Ways to Use Task Cards in Your High School Chemistry Classroom
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by ChemistryCornerTeam
7M ago
Do you hear groans throughout the room when you hand out another worksheet? While worksheets are important reinforcement tools, mix things up with a different way of delivery for that same worksheet! Have you ever tried task cards? I love task cards, and using task cards has become my favorite reinforcement tool. Best of all, … 11 Innovative Ways to Use Task Cards in Your High School Chemistry Classroom Read More » The post 11 Innovative Ways to Use Task Cards in Your High School Chemistry Classroom appeared first on Chemistry Corner ..read more
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Who is ChemistryCorner.com for?
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by Chemistry Corner
1y ago
Teaching in and of itself can be a very isolating profession. Your adult interaction time may be as little as twenty minutes per day – maybe as much as 30 to 45 minutes per day. Any type of professional interaction must be either after school hours, when everyone is exhausted and ready to head home, … Who is ChemistryCorner.com for? Read More » The post Who is ChemistryCorner.com for? appeared first on Chemistry Corner ..read more
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8 Tips For Teachers to Avoid the After-the-Holiday-Break Return-to-Work Blues
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by Chemistry Corner
1y ago
Teachers, did you count down the days to Thanksgiving Break? Was your next thought: “And then, there are only 15 more school days until Winter Break!” Follow these eight teacher tips to avoid the after-the-holiday return-to-work blues, and enjoy the best winter holidays ever. If you’re like me the idea of having roughly fifteen days off … 8 Tips For Teachers to Avoid the After-the-Holiday-Break Return-to-Work Blues Read More » The post 8 Tips For Teachers to Avoid the After-the-Holiday-Break Return-to-Work Blues appeared first on Chemistry Corner ..read more
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Teaching Nomenclature with Confidence
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by Chemistry Corner
1y ago
If you are a chemistry teacher, you have probably experienced teaching your heart out– just working away teaching nomenclature. They’ve got it! Great! Then, the first assignment comes along, and students promptly begin sticking roman numerals and prefixes everywhere! Ugh! What are they thinking? What is the best way to teach this concept in a … Teaching Nomenclature with Confidence Read More » The post Teaching Nomenclature with Confidence appeared first on Chemistry Corner ..read more
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Chemistry Teachers: 8 Steps to Limit Your Liability
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by Chemistry Corner
1y ago
We’ve all seen the news reports of accidents, injuries, or lab experiments gone wrong in the chemistry classroom. Do you find yourself reflecting and thinking about how careful you are in your classroom? Unfortunately, accidents do happen.  It is so important  for all chemistry teachers to not only think about how they can prevent accidents … Chemistry Teachers: 8 Steps to Limit Your Liability Read More » The post Chemistry Teachers: 8 Steps to Limit Your Liability appeared first on Chemistry Corner ..read more
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The Most Important Management Tool in the Teacher Toolbox
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by Chemistry Corner
1y ago
Are you yelling at your students to get quiet and begin class? It can be so stressful to begin every class, of every day, this way! BellWork will bring quiet sanity to your teacher life! There are many names for it- BellWork, Bell Ringers, Warm-Ups, First 5’s, but they all mean the same thing. What … The Most Important Management Tool in the Teacher Toolbox Read More » The post The Most Important Management Tool in the Teacher Toolbox appeared first on Chemistry Corner ..read more
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Who is ChemistryCorner.com for?
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by Chemistry Corner
1y ago
Teaching in and of itself can be a very isolating profession. Your adult interaction time may be as little as twenty minutes per day – maybe as much as 30 to 45 minutes per day. Any type of professional interaction must be either after school hours, when everyone is exhausted and ready to head home, … Who is ChemistryCorner.com for? Read More » The post Who is ChemistryCorner.com for? appeared first on Chemistry Corner ..read more
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Collaboration for Chemistry Teachers
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by Chemistry Corner
1y ago
Why is Collaboration for Chemistry Teachers Difficult? Let’s face it. Teaching chemistry is not easy! Besides being one of the more difficult high school subjects, teaching chemistry presents many challenges that are unique to the subject. But, one of the biggest challenge is the availability of collaboration among chemistry teachers. There are approximately 3.2 million … Collaboration for Chemistry Teachers Read More » The post Collaboration for Chemistry Teachers appeared first on Chemistry Corner ..read more
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