Many chemistry teachers use models and diagrams to help students describe how matter behaves at the particle level. ChemEd X Talks with Doug Ragan about how he uses colored magnets in his classroom to represent things such as subatomic particles, states of matter, balancing chemical equations, types of bonding, molecular geometry and much more. Join the conversation! Register for this 45 minute Zoom meeting to be held April 14th at 8pm EST.
Born and raised in Newport News, Virginia, Doug attended Longwood University and obtained his BS in Chemistry with a secondary teacher certification. He taught Chemistry, Pre IB Chemistry, and AP Chemistry at his alma mater for 6 years before leaving to obtain his MS in Chemical Education from Purdue University. Doug is in his 23rd year of teaching at Hudsonville High School in Hudsonville MI teaching chemistry, chemistry concepts, and organic chemistry. During this time, he has blogged for ChemEd X, is a member of AACT, on the National Mole Day Foundation Board, and is the co-creator of Molympics. He has written articles for Chem13News and presented his work at the state and national levels several times.
ChemEd X Talks with Doug Ragan - Making Chemistry Visible
Zoom Meeting - Registration is Required
April 14, 2022 at 8pm EST
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