Chemistry Course

Thank you to those who contribute to our ongoing cycle of improvement. Top contributors:
Joan Yoon - Trenton, NJ

Units (select a unit)

  • Atomic Origins
  • Atomic Structure
  • The Periodic Table
  • Ionic Bonding & Ionic Compounds
  • Covalent Bonding & Molecular Compounds
  • Intermolecular Forces
  • Mole Calculations
  • Midterm Exam
  • Chemical Reactions
  • Stoichiometry
  • Gases
  • Thermochemistry
  • Acids & Bases
  • Kinetics & Equilibrium
  • Final Exam
  • Water

3 Comments

Rebbeca Barrett • 9 months agologin to reply

Michele- My suggestion would be to just teach them each piece independently. So -- you taught them particle - mole, mass - mole, and volume - mole conversion in the mole unit. In stoichiometry just start by teaching them mole - mole conversions. There is a nice flow chart that gives a bit of a road map for how to proceed from there for more complex calculations. Just take it one small step at a time and make sure you're doing formative assessment before moving on

Sonya Sabb (NJ PHYS-E 21-22) • 9 months, 1 week agologin to reply

Are there lessons on measuring mass and volume or calculating density?

Rebbeca Barrett • 9 months agologin to reply

Sonya- No, not explicitly as you might find in the beginning of a traditional chemistry course. There is a discussion of density in intermolecular forces unit in the section on states of matter and physical and chemical properties and density calculations are done in the gases unit.

Login to Post
×