¿Seguís el dicho "No sonrías hasta Navidad" en vuestras clases? ¿Funciona? ¿O nos hace infelices? // Why Not Smiling Until Christmas Is Bad Advice

"Don't Smile 'til Christmas": A Teacher's Worst Advice

¿Seguís el dicho "No sonrías hasta Navidad" en vuestras clases? ¿Funciona? ¿O nos hace infelices? // Why Not Smiling Until Christmas Is Bad Advice

Chemistry stoichiometry If my chem teacher had done this, I might have actually liked chemistry

Chemistry stoichiometry If my chem teacher had done this, I might have actually liked chemistry

Dogs teaching chemistry! I UNDERSTAND IT NOW

Chemistry, Brought To You By Cute Animals

Dogs teaching chemistry! I UNDERSTAND IT NOW

Are you teaching Boyle's Law to your students? Then you're going to LOVE this simple, easy to replicate science experiment!

Boyle's Law - Proven by a Simple Marshmallow Experiment

Are you teaching Boyle's Law to your students? Then you're going to LOVE this simple, easy to replicate science experiment!

This middle school chemistry unit cover tons of topics from chemical reactions to mixture & solutions to conservation of energy. Includes activities, lesson plans, rubrics, teaching tips, & more! From Kristin Lee

Middle School Chemistry Unit

This middle school chemistry unit cover tons of topics from chemical reactions to mixture & solutions to conservation of energy. Includes activities, lesson plans, rubrics, teaching tips, & more! From Kristin Lee

Dogs Teaching Chemistry - Chemical Bonds - YouTube                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Dogs Teaching Chemistry - Chemical Bonds - YouTube More

Great tool for solving three simple algebraic equations essential to solution chemistry. Just cover up the variable you are solving for, and the arrangement of the other two variables shows if you should multiply or divide them to solve for your unknown. For example, multiple molarity (M) and volume (L) to solve for moles of solute in a solution. Also illustrates the central role of the mole as a counting unit!

Great tool for solving three simple algebraic equations essential to solution chemistry. Just cover up the variable you are solving for, and the arrangement of the other two variables shows if you should multiply or divide them to solve for your unknown. For example, multiple molarity (M) and volume (L) to solve for moles of solute in a solution. Also illustrates the central role of the mole as a counting unit!

Teaching Chemistry to Kids - lots of resources listed

Teaching Chemistry to Kids

Teaching Chemistry to Kids - lots of resources listed

We love this fun, interactive idea for building simple ionic compounds in the classroom!

We love this fun, interactive idea for building simple ionic compounds in the classroom!

Don't let your students struggle when it comes to naming compounds!  This awesome project will have them mastering those rules in no time!  -by ⚛ Jen Siler's Classroom

Don't let your students struggle when it comes to naming compounds! This awesome project will have them mastering those rules in no time! -by ⚛ Jen Siler's Classroom

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