Learning Exercises

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View the section on how the brain works and post to the forum. Did anything surprise you? Is knowing this information... see more

The assignment is to create a Power Point presentation exploring an element from the Periodic Table. Course: Physical... see more

Students will explore the chemical composition of cells and analyze the various processes that happen at the cellular... see more

Each student picks an element and has to gather information about it. Then they present the information by making a... see more

Give the students five symbols or so to learn a week. Once they have been introduced to all of them (just the ones you... see more

In this lesson, students will be introduced to the basic relationship between atomic structure and chemical bonding. This... see more

The student is to go to the workshop site, open a new workbench (File>select New WorkBench (Cntl-N). Then select... see more

This lesson attempts to teach how radioactive decay works. A two question warm-up will be ready for students as class... see more

PowerPoint Presentation notes for Radioactive Decay Lesson see more

Part of Radioactive Decay Lesson Course: Chemistry see more

Students will use Gum Drops (atoms) and toothpick (chemical bonds) to carry out a chemical reaction. Course: 8th Grade... see more

Element exploration leading to a presentation on element's unique characteristics while analyzing differences and... see more

These lectures provide a a useful resource for teachers to work through the material using visual interactive displays.... see more

Provide students with the necessary tools to study for their exams. Course: Chemistry see more

Use as a reference guide for students to fill in a lab worksheet or guide. Have students research about the fundamentals... see more

This website can be used in conjunction with the lab I do on how crude oil is refined (fractional distillation). The... see more

A lab/demo that shows what happens when a space has a greater percentage of oxygen than the atmosphere. Can be done as a... see more

siemap/FAQ/Links/Glossary/ Click on the Earth and date that you want to see. Click on the El Nino/La Nina and PDO. Great... see more

siemap/FAQ/Links/Glossary/ Click on the Earth and date that you want to see. Click on the El Nino/La Nina and PDO. Great... see more

This activity is aimed at challenging the speed in which students can balance chemical equations. see more

This is a popular demonstration known as the fireproof balloon. The site that is linked below has a very clear... see more

For Americans to practice unit conversion to become familiar with common metric values. Course: Introductory Science see more

Select an element from the illustrated Periodic Table and find information such as - when and how it was discovered - its... see more

This assignment was designed for a lab but could be done in a regular classroom. It is intended to take at least three... see more