Enhancing Chemistry Lessons: The Power of Exit Tickets for Engaging and Assessing Student

Ever wondered if your students truly grasped today’s chemistry lesson? Imagine knowing precisely who understood the concept and who needs more help—all before they leave the classroom. In this post, let’s delve into the benefits of using exit tickets, explore some example questions, and discuss best practices for implementing exit tickets with your students. “Eighty-five […]

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Enhancing High School Chemistry Class with Doodle Notes

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

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11 Innovative Ways to Use Task Cards in Your High School Chemistry Classroom

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,

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Collaboration for Chemistry Teachers

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

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