ChemEd X activities are student-centered resources intended to aid learning chemistry topics.

ChemEd X encourages engaging activities where students (with guidance from the teacher) pose questions, analyze data, and make observations to offer a plausible explanation supported by data and consistent with physical observations.

by Tom Kuntzleman
Tue, 12/03/2013 - 15:54

Orbital Viewer is a fantastic program for displaying electronic orbitals. It is a great resource for teaching students about orbital shapes and the rules, nomenclature and notation of the quantum numbers n, l and m. 

Recent activity: 5 months 3 weeks ago
by Trish Loeblein
Mon, 09/16/2013 - 15:19

This is a series of experiments, PhET Interactive Simulation activities, and clicker questions to relate macroscopic and molecular representations of homogenenous solutions. Graphing skills are also used.

Recent activity: 1 year 12 months ago
by Deanna Cullen
Sun, 04/07/2013 - 14:42

This activity is used as a reinforcement activity following my use of  It could be used as a stand alone activity to supp

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Recent activity: 1 year 12 months ago
by Deanna Cullen
Wed, 10/10/2012 - 14:58

This lab was written as part of the Target Inquiry program at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. Students build an electrochemical cell, learn about the symbolic equations used in electrochemistry and manipulate a model representing the particulate level of what is happening during the electrochemical process. 

Comments: 4
Recent activity: 1 year 11 months ago
by Deanna Cullen
Wed, 10/10/2012 - 11:57

Students will proceed through a pre-lab engagement activity, organize element cards based on similarities & trends, discuss trends with the class and then produce a periodic table that includes the trends discussed within the lab.

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Recent activity: 7 months 2 weeks ago
by Deanna Cullen
Mon, 10/08/2012 - 12:42

Students choose a topic and select items to incorporate into a periodic table. Students explore trends related to their own topic and relate to the trends on the actual Periodic Table of Elements.

Recent activity: 1 year 12 months ago
by Deanna Cullen
Thu, 06/21/2012 - 16:11

This activity explores the relationship of the solubility of gas to temperature. It lends itself to an at-home or hybrid setting.

Comments: 3
Recent activity: 8 months 1 week ago