During Class Inventions and Computer Lab Activities, Volume II
by Michael R. Abraham, University of Oklahoma
The first half of the book focuses on "During Class Inventions," while the second half consists of three kinds of computer based activities that can be used in a computer laboratory setting or as independent exercises. MoLEs (molecular level experiments) are inquiry laboratory activities that explore and link chemical concepts at the molecular, macroscopic, and symbolic levels. Molecular Modeling uses a molecular viewing program to explore the characteristics of molecules and molecular concepts. Laboratory Simulations generate experimental data that can be used to invent concepts.
View the table of contents in the "sample content" for an outline of the concepts covered and sample activities.
- 320 pages
- Plasticoil binding for easy use in a classroom or lab setting
- Perforated pages
- Notes folder
- Periodic table back cover
During Class Inventions
- Acids and Bases
- Aqueous Equilibrium
Computer Lab Activities
- Introduction to Laboratory Simulations