College Board is hosting a webinar to help get AP teachers started with WE Service Learning in their classrooms.
Part 5 of Colourful Chemistry of Canning explores the ability of tinplated food cans to reduce aromatic azo compounds to amines.
In this activity, students use their knowledge of thermochemistry to investigate a claim related to a kerosene fueled campstove.
Chemistry teachers are talking about this fantastic new resource: Teaching Introductory Chemistry by Scott Milam.
This simulated ice core lab provides a great opportunity for students to use different units of concentration beyond molarity, explore how knowledge of chemistry can uncover past events on Earth and practice the skill of generating a calibration curve.
The floating soap bubble is an impressive experiment that is surprisingly easy to carry out.
Josh Kenney shares three simple and inexpensive demonstrations using Elmer’s glue.
Michael Jansen shares his thoughts about "softly" introducing topics before their formal appearance in the curriculum.
Part 4 of Colourful Chemistry of Canning explores how to make gold in an old tin can!
Here is a fun way to open up the topic of observations and conclusions.