Electronic Homework Pages-CSUDH Chemistry Department
This is a set of pages for the performance and submission of homework assignments using the World Wide Web. Author: George Wiger, California State University, Dominguez Hills.
Lecture Help Pages-CSUDH Chemistry Department
This is a set of 105 pages aimed at aiding students in their studies of chemistry. The lecture help pages consist of drill and practice, word problems, and data analysis problems. Author: George Wiger, California State University, Dominguez Hills.
Chemistry Drill and Practice Tutorials
Problems developed (above) by George Wiger at California State University have been reorganized by Dr. Bramer for use with "Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity" by Kotz and Treichel. This tutorial consists of drill and practice, word problems, and data analysis problems. Author: Scott Van Bramer, Widner University.
Steve Marsden's Chemistry Resources
This is an excellent, well-prepared, comprehensive site covering most topics and frequently asked questions in AP Chemistry. It is conveniently divided into Web links, elements, lectures, demos, labs, TI/CBL, and other topics. Author: Steve Marsden, Harvard-Westlake School.
Chemistry Study Cards
This site contains study cards for most topics in AP Chemistry. There are four cards per page, each saved in a PDF format. Author: Paul Groves, South Pasadena High School.
John I. Gelder and Valerie Ferguson's Web Site
Scroll to "AP Summer Institutes" for a resource for AP Chemistry teachers from the current CFC's 2001 AP Chemistry Institute. Authors: John Gelder and Valerie Ferguson.
David Brooks' Web Site
Use this site from David Brooks if you are interested in teaching with technology. He is most interested in applications in chemistry education, and in Web-delivery of instruction. His work is focused on the development of Web courses for chemistry teachers and online, repeated, automatic testing. Author: David Brooks, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Use this site to post conceptual questions (with a few possible answers) during your lecture. Students then vote on the possible answers, try to persuade their neighbors in the lecture room that they are correct, and finally vote again. This is intended to provide the instructor with online feedback to indicate how well the class is following the lecture. Authors: A. Ellis, A. Cappellari, G. Lisensky, J. Lorenz, K. Meeker, D. Moore , K. Campbell, J. Billmann, and K. Rickert, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This site contains a very comprehensive list of tutorials covering most topics in chemistry. Author: Bob Jacobs, Wilton High School.
List of Categories—ConcepTests
This site includes several concept tests that are an excellent way for students to review basic knowledge of chemical concepts. Author: Liina Ladon, Towson University.
Towson University's Challenge Problems
This site includes several challenge problems in a style similar to AP exam questions, as several topics are tested in the same problem. Author: Liina Ladon, Towson University.
AP Chemistry Notes
These are AP Chemistry notes in PDF, PowerPoint or html format. Author: Tom Green, Alta Loma High School.
This site includes worksheets covering various topics with available answers.
Author: Ian Guch.
The ChemTeam provides study resources in all standard topics for students in high school and AP Chemistry. Author: John L. Park.
This site contains a list of resources for teaching chemistry. Author: Audrey Sanderson.
Chemical of the Week
Professor Shakhashiri distributes a weekly fact sheet about a chemical or type of chemical to increase students' knowledge about chemicals, their production, cost, and uses. Author: Bassam Shakhashiri, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
IUPAC Compendium of Chemical Terminology
This is a reference on IUPAC chemical nomenclature, terminology, symbols, and units. Authors: Alan D. McNaught and Andrew Wilkinson, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge.
Woodrow Wilson Leadership Program in Chemistry
This site includes curriculum topics and activities researched and written by the best chemical educators in the nation. It includes units such as the history of chemistry, water chemistry, environmental chemistry, biochemistry, and consumer chemistry. It also provides Web links for teachers and students, the ability to ask a scientist questions, information about seminars on videodisc usage, CBL activities, an Internet tutorial, teacher-submitted reviews of software, technology, texts, videotapes, and the World of Chemistry Video guides.
Patrick Gormley's Web Site
This site is a good resource for AP teachers that includes many lab activities and sample results. Author: Patrick Gormley.
An excellent general Web site for chemistry resources for the AP Chemistry teacher. Author: Michael Geyer.
These sites are provided for those teachers intersted in integrating historical information into the course.
This site has an extensive collection of short biographies of famous scientists, as well as a section devoted to developments in chemistry and other sciences. It will help the classroom teacher paint a historical picture of chemistry. Author: Carmen Giunta, Lemoyne College Chemistry Department.
The History of Chemistry
Assign biographic reading material of famous chemists for background information on the major concepts taught in AP Chemistry. Author: 1992 Woodrow Wilson Summer Institute Participants.
Classic Papers from the History of Chemistry
Assign classic papers of famous chemists for background information on the major concepts taught in AP Chemistry. Authors: Carmen Giunta, John L. Park.
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