Sue Dunn

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Recent Posts by Sue

Wed Mar 25, 2020 4:14 PM in Free online learning games for balancing chemical equations and learning the elements
Teaching balancing equations with a lecture is tough because no matter how well you explain it abstractly, only the students who have entered Piaget's formal/abstract reasoning stage can understand the explanation. Those students still in Piaget's concrete operational stage just can't understand what you're saying. And as more advanced science gets pushed down to younger and younger ages, that do...

Fri Mar 13, 2020 1:33 PM in Free online learning games for balancing chemical equations and learning the elements
Hi if you are scrambling to find online activities in case schools close, I'd like to suggest my Chembalancer chemistry game and Element Quiz game at FunBasedLearning.com. They are both free and do not require registration. The Chembalancer game has instruction built in and works great - all my former grade 9 students learned to balance chemical equations in half in hour. It's super easy to grade...

Fri Mar 13, 2020 1:30 PM in Free online learning for balancing chemical equations and learning the elements
Hi if you are scrambling to find online activities in case schools close, I'd like to suggest my Chembalancer chemistry game and Element Quiz game at FunBasedLearning.com. They are both free and do not require registration. The Chembalancer game has instruction built in and works great - all my former grade 9 students learned to balance chemical equations in half in hour. It's super easy to grade...