Monthly Archives: September 2013

Day 20 – Where credit is due

Mon Sept 30, 2013 First off, I need to give credit where credit is due.  Friday I posted about grading in color.  I don’t want to take credit for this idea.  An amazing physics teacher from Neenah, WI Mr. Scott … Continue reading

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Day 19 – Grading in Color

Fri Sept. 27, 2013 Chemistry 1 – Today was our third “weekly quiz.”  As you are figuring out the grading of these quizzes look little different than what you are used to.  Each item on the quiz is aligned to … Continue reading

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Day 18 – Defining Physics Terms

Thurs Sept 26, 2013 Chemistry 1 – Sorry, I forgot to get good pictures or whiteboards today.  We spent class today discussing the 6 parts of the Mass and Change Lab.  Each small group presented their explaination and particle diagram … Continue reading

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Day 17 – Mass and Change Lab Analysis

Wed Sept 25, 2013 Chemistry 1 – We began class by looking at the overall data all groups had from the six part Mass and Change Lab.  This was done by having groups share their data via a Google Form, … Continue reading

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Day 16 – Robot Race

Tues Sept. 24, 2013 Chemistry 1 – Today we continued to collect data from the six part Mass and Change Lab.  Above you see a group burning steel wool.  After data for all six parts of the lab were collected … Continue reading

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Day 15 – Finally…”Real” Chemistry

Mon Sept. 23, 2013 Chemistry 1 – We finally started some “real” chemistry today.  We began taking measurements for the Mass and Change Lab.  Basically this is a six part lab where we start with a substance or two (the … Continue reading

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Day 14

Fri Sept. 20, 2013   Chemistry 1 – First we went over how to determine how many significant figures are in a measurement.  We then took a quiz on safety, equipment, and measurement.  Finally I showed students how to log … Continue reading

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