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Kevin Revell
Ch 6 - Precipitation Reactions: https://savi-cdn.macmillantech.com/revell/workshop/savi-revell-videopicker-precipitation/index.htmlCh 6 - Metal Nonmetal Reactions: https://savi-cdn.macmillantech.com/revell/workshop/savi-revell-videopicker-metalnonmetal/index.htmlCh 8 - Bomb…
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Margaret Dart
As a teacher -- it was so easy before the "takeover" to ask for resets on completed labs -- how do you do that now? 
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Cassandra Brunette
I need help re-enrolling in a different class. The original class that i signed up for was the incorrect class. Is there any way to get enrolled to the new class without having to pay another 40$? 
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Kevin Revell
This conference will be held in New Orleans, LA, just ahead of the American Chemical Society conference.  For more information, see the conference website link:   Chemistry Consortium - Delgado Community College 
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hay ranch
does placing orders got anything to do with addresses? i have placed orders twice now and both were cancelled. apparently he shares apartment with other students
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Kevin Revell
For Kevin Revell's session at the conference, please use these four links:   Metal-Nonmetal: https://savi-cdn.macmillantech.com/revell/workshop/savi-revell-videopicker-metalnonmetal/index.html  Precipitation: https://savi-cdn.macmillantech.com/revell/workshop/savi-revell-videopicker-precipitation/index.html  Bomb…
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Brandon Tenn
My classes are rife with groans and sighs when passing back exams and quizzes.  To try and encourage student persistence and grit development, I decided to implement mastery based quizzes like Kevin mentioned in a previous flippedchemistry.com post.    I gave students three attempts to pass a quiz on dimensional analysis.  The first attempt was… (Show more)
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John Osterhout
In my flipped general chemistry class we start off with a group quiz and continue with a worksheet, also performed in a group. The nature of the quizzes and the worksheets are important, sure, but so are the nature of the groups. This post is about handling the groups.   When I first started flipping, I was teaching a class of 80 students, which… (Show more)
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John Osterhout
A few semesters back, a student sent an email to one of my faculty explaining that "I'm really good at algebra, it's just that chemistry algebra that gets me." I had always interpreted that statement as a frustration with the problem-solving nature of freshman chemistry. Maybe the student was good at algebra but just couldn't handle the word… (Show more)
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Brandon Tenn
iClicker Reef is a great tool for formative and summative assessments.  In this article, I will summarize the ways I use the different question types in order to conduct various types of (non-content related) formative assessments.    Multiple Choice:   1.  Student Understanding                 How well do you feel you understand  ____ ? A.  Piece… (Show more)
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