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Chemistry

by Foxcroft Academy

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Course Description

This semester-long course introduces high school students to the study of chemistry in preparation for further courses in college. The objectives of this course are to investigate the properties of atoms, chemical bonding, and chemical reactions. Students will develop conceptual understanding as well as skills in problem solving, scientific reasoning and communication.

This course is designed to be used by a semester-long college preparatory Chemistry lab class at Foxcroft Academy.  Ideas for using an iTunes U course in the classroom can be found in this iBook.

This course is licensed under Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike (CC-BY-SA).

Additional courses by Julie Willcott include Physics, Forensics, and Greenhouse Management.

Customer Reviews

Help it will not unsubscribe

It will not go away. I unsubscribe
, delete mark all as viewed and this course will just reload itself. Please make it go away.

Sad Apple calls this outstanding

I look at the content that is offered from this course and think it is sad that Apple is applauding it because of the instructors use of iTunes U. I would hope that they would try to find an example where someone had used iTunes U and also had a chemistry curriculum that challenged the status quo. Having a PhD in chemistry from a top University, I will say that continuation of the current high school science curriculum is killing our kids interest in science and ultimately the innovative spirit of this nation.

Wrong info

One minute into the first video the teacher writes H2O as H2+O2. Wow, I wouldn't trust anything in this course.

Chemistry
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