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From MSTA

2010

  • Too Dangerous – You Tube

  • Paper Plate Titration

  • Lab: Compariing

  • Balancing/Rxn Types: Keeping it in the Family

  • Bingo Chip Equilibrium

Liquid Nitrogen Demonstrations

Well not quite the MSTA but close, MACUL:

Cell Phone Use in the Classroom: www.cellphonesinlearning.com

Sent in from our teachers

Tim Graham’s “Form-U-Lator”

PowerPoint Motion Paths

You can have images or text boxes move where and when you want them to in a PowerPoint.

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Click the link above or the image below to download a PowerPoint from Jeff Finnan that shows how to do this. It is best to download/save, if you want to see all the steps in the Task Pane. Make sure you have that Pane open (<Ctrl>+ F1) when disecting this presentation..

Motion Paths

Here another motion path created by Avideh Lotfi’s student, Aisha, showing a simple titration:

Titration Motion Path

The Five Common Reaction Types

From Jamie Benigna comes this Powerpoint which can be printed out as an introductory exercixe on reaction types.

Reaction Types

Stamp out Naked Numbers with these two pdf documents from the Chemistry Taliban. Click on each image

Double Arrow in MSWord

From Thomas Silak

Two Junk-Food Take Home Labs

From the Detroit 2009 MSTA Meeting

Acid Rain Writing Assignment

From the Detroit 2009 MSTA Meeting

Litmus Take Home Lab

From the Detroit 2009 MSTA Meeting

% Composition/Value of a Penny Lab

From Jaime Benigna and Pat Vance

Student Names in Periodic Table

From Jaime Benigna
StudentNamesPeriodicTable Autofill

Grad Cylinder Equilibrium – 1

From Jeff Finnan
Grad Cylinder Equilibrium Part 1

Grad Cylinder Equilibrium – 2

From Jeff Finnan
Grad Cylinder Equilibrium Part 2

Equilibrium Explained: It goes both ways.

From Jeff Finnan
Equilibrium Explained: It goes both ways.

Moog and Farrel (POGIL)

http://boiarboi.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/inorganic-by-moog-farrell.pdf

 MSTA 2013

Hazel Park Handouts

Last Modified: March 20, 2013 at 7:53 pm