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     There is a time and place for both individual projects and group projects.  The decision here often lies with the type of project/content, the learning level of students, and the learning preferences of students.  I have had projects where I allow students to choo...

     Typically, when students complete a project, they spend time researching information, creating a presentation, and then presenting.  Students usually become comfortable and knowledgeable with their topic through the time spent researching, creating, and presenting...

August 23, 2017

Activities should be an integral part of every chemistry classroom.  They are a fun and engaging way for students to actively practice material.  Activities can be used to help students drill and practice facts as well as to guide students in their thinking!  We want o...

There are many small and minor activities that can be used to further the knowledge of your students.

One good example of a small and simple yet effective activity is the "Metal, Nonmetal, Metalloid Vocabulary Activity."  In this activity, students are given 11 words (f...

August 16, 2017

Are activities really worth the time of my  high school students?...YES!!!

As teachers, we are sometimes tempted to cast-aside those simple activities.  You know the ones that look more like they belong in an elementary or middle school classroom, but let me encourage y...

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