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Interactive eBooks in chemistry lessons

As interactive eBooks, Multitouch Learnings Books (MLB) accompany science learning and work on a curriculum-related topic series in chemistry lessons as well as the linking of different learning locations.

The Multitouch Experiment Instructions (MEI) focus on a practical experimental unit in the laboratory on a curriculum-relevant topic.

The eBooks support individualized learning in chemistry classes with different task formats and differentiation options such as graded help.

 

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Mixtures of substances and their separation

Download iBook "Stoffgemische und ihre Trennung"

 

 

The basic chemical laws

Please send an eMail regarding the iBook to Vanessa Lang.

 

 

Electroplating

Download iBook "Galvanik"

 

 

Acids and their properties

Download iBook "Acids and their properties"

 

 

Phosphorus recovery

Please send an eMail regarding the iBook in german to Vanessa Lang.

 

 

Please send an eMail regarding the iBook in englisch to Vanessa Lang.

 

 

Download Multitouch Experiment Instructions

Analysis of alkanes

Please send an eMail regarding the iBook to Vanessa Lang.

 

 

Analysis of Cola

Please send an eMail regarding the iBook to Vanessa Lang.

 

 

Water analysis

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Sweeteners and sugar substitutes

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Mysteries in the student laboratory

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Explanatory Videos in Chemistry Lessons

EXPlainistry

As students* regularly communicate with digital devices and document experiences in their social and personal lives, this behavior could be used to record and reinforce learning experiences, such as visualizing reactions at the molecular level in chemistry class, but also in the student lab. An example of this is the creation of stop-motion videos to support the visualization process when explaining experiments. This approach uses established techniques for representation (e.g., static models or images) and combines them with dynamic approaches (e.g., animations) to enhance the explanation of scientific phenomena. This approach can be used to extend teaching and learning in the student lab with the EXPlainistry (Experiments explained in Chemistry) method.

 

 

Digital experiment catalog

Here you can find a selection of about 160 experimental videos of the AG Chemiedidkatik. If required, we can also send you the corresponding experiment instructions. Please have a look at our YouTube-Channel.

Link to the Group Chemistry Education YouTube Channel

Augmented Reality in Chemistry Teaching

The integration of digitally supported teaching-learning scenarios, in the form of augmented reality (AR), offers both formal and non-formal learning, among other things, the possibility to more sharply delineate the macroscopic, submicroscopic and symbolic levels of representation (Johnstone, 1999) and thus to distinguish between them more consciously. In particular, the observation of macroscopic processes with subsequent explanation at the particle level (microscopic), with conscious use of symbolic forms of representation, represents a fundamental challenge in science education. For this reason, AR teaching-learning situations were developed in the student laboratory, which are intended to support the independent acquisition of chemical subject content in research-based experimentation.

 

Lithium-ion battery (Download Arbeitsblatt)  (Download Trigger)

Structure of a battery (electroplating)   (Download Arbeitsblatt)  (Download Trigger)

PSE - spherical cloud and boron model (Download Trigger)

 

 

Gamification in Chemistry Lessons

Escape Lab

Here you can find more information and material for download.

Mankind is on the brink of the abyss. The Obliviscatur virus has broken out. It is highly contagious, so that half of humanity is already affected. The virus makes people forget everything they have ever learned or not learned. A small group of researchers at Saarland University has succeeded in developing an antiserum that fights the virus and cures people. In order to protect the prototype of this serum from the greed of some people, the four scientists hid it together with the formula for its production in a box, which is locked with a combination lock. For safety, each of the scientists thought of exactly one number of the combination. Unfortunately, the entire research team got infected with the virus and forgot everything that is important for the production of the antiserum and the combination of the combination lock as well. You are now our only hope. Find out the combination to the combination lock and save humanity. You have only a few hours left before too many people are infected to ensure the survival of humanity.

 

E-learning and Flipped Classroom in Chemistry Lessons

Digital classroom organization with Moodle

In today's world, it is essential to integrate digital teaching-learning formats into the classroom. One way to do this is to organize lessons with the help of the e-learning platform Moodle. In addition to the simplified "student administration", digital learning scenarios can be provided. Such a platform offers the possibility to realize flipped classroom or blended learning. On the one hand, this brings organizational advantages, on the other hand, it enables self-regulated learning of the students as well as the acquisition of competencies in the digital world. Attached you will find ready-made Moodle courses for implementation on your own Moodle website.

 

 

Moodle Courses on different Topics:

Building Matter

Regarding the Moodle course, write an eMail to the staff member Vanessa Lang.

 

 

The air

Regarding the Moodle course, write an eMail to the staff member Vanessa Lang.

 

 

The Water

Regarding the Moodle course, write an eMail to the staff member Vanessa Lang.

 

 

Properties of aqueous solutions

Regarding the Moodle course, write an eMail to the staff member  Vanessa Lang.

 

Acids and bases

Regarding the Moodle course, write an eMail to the staff member  Vanessa Lang.

 

 

Redox reaction

Regarding the Moodle course, write an eMail to the staff member Vanessa Lang.

 

 

Carbon: From nonmetal to acid

Regarding the Moodle course, write an eMail to the staff member Vanessa Lang.

 

 

Chemical equilibrium

Regarding the Moodle course, write an eMail to the staff member Vanessa Lang.

 

 

Fit for the upper level

Regarding the Moodle course (review and advanced course), write an eMail to Vanessa Lang.