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Seibert, Johann; Kay, Christopher W. M.; Huwer, Johannes – Journal of Chemical Education, 2019
Given that students are constantly communicating and documenting special experiences in their social and private lives with digital devices, we suggest that this behavior could be used to record and deepen learning experiences-such as visualizing reactions at the molecular level-in a chemistry class. An example would be the creation of stop-motion…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Chemistry, Science Experiments, Educational Technology
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Hadenfeldt, Jan C.; Bernholt, Sascha; Liu, Xiufeng; Neumann, Knut; Parchmann, Ilka – Journal of Chemical Education, 2013
Helping students develop a sound understanding of scientific concepts can be a major challenge. Lately, learning progressions have received increasing attention as a means to support students in developing understanding of core scientific concepts. At the center of a learning progression is a sequence of developmental levels reflecting an…
Descriptors: Elementary School Science, Secondary School Science, Science Instruction, Chemistry
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Skluzacek, Joanna M.; Harper, Joshua; Herron, Emily; Bortiatynski, Jacqueline M. – Journal of Chemical Education, 2010
Action Potential Science Experience (APSE) is a five-day summer camp offering science opportunities for K-8 students. The focus of the APSE curriculum is to teach science concepts and methods while challenging the participants to solve an overarching problem from the popular-culture context. The participants in the APSE entitled Burger 'N Fries…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Chemistry, Boards of Education, Nutrition